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Moose Day logos + Bee guide

After being in Oregon for a week, I found a wide variety of inspiration there in design. So I recently came up with these vectorized graphics of a moose. I like the logo 1 (A-D) because of the number of options. The top left (A) is a grayscale version of the logo, the top right (B) is a summer version of the logo (a warm orange has been overlayed above the original image), the bottom left (C) is the original "universal" logo, and the bottom right (D) is a winter version of the logo (a cool, light blue has been overplayed above the original image). The second image is logo 2 A. It has a gradient background to compliment the subtle colors within the moose itself and the blue moose title. The last image, logo 3 A, is a more complex logo in terms of detail. It is still a work-in-progress because of the lack of balance it holds. I hope to come up with better, more simple varieties of these moose logos.

As for the bee guide, I was hoping to finish it up by the end of the summer, but I do not know if that will happen. I am still waiting for feedback from the main person in the bee guide crew, I was hoping I would get some new material to work on while I was away in Oregon. For a few weeks I have not done a lot with the guide because a single design-element revision take about 2 to 3 days (there are over 200 pages in this guide). It normally wouldn't take this long, but since the information and images are unique to each page, I need to go through and change each one separately. An example would be adjusting the map sizes or photo placement. Hopefully by the end of this week I'll have something to get the ball rolling again.

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