We have designed a new logo for the Mouth Cancer Foundation. A blue face, with a cross in the mouth and a speech bubble saying "Mouth Cancer Foundation". The face could be used for round stickers and badges.
Hi Vicki Great how Paul has visited you! Thanks for the insight. I have now made the "x" into a "c" for cancer. Hopefully this now doesn't indicate "good" or "bad" but simply indicates cancer in the mouth. Let me know what you think of this...
How would example 4 (with the C) look if the eyes were angled as in example 2?
Disclaimer: Please see your own dentist/doctor for a proper diagnosis as my words should not, in any circumstances, be taken as dental/medical advice.
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Hi Vicki I understand that it doesn't look "serious" enough. However, I think it would make people stop and look at the face without scaring people - good for raising awareness because if you scare people they sometimes automatically create a barrier and don't want to know anymore. You can also show the face to young children at school, use the face for stickers, badges etc. All the best, Krishan