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Topic: New clown logo
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Dec 10, 2014 07:13PM)
My clown logo is now done. Any suggestions?

Message: Posted by: tristanmagic (Dec 15, 2014 06:06AM)
My suggestion is not use the same name another (well known) magician is already using !
Message: Posted by: MagicSA (Aug 22, 2015 10:37AM)
Dynamite, I am absolutely no expert in clowning and have never done it, but I agree to maybe choose a different name. Dynamo is quite famous and it might be confusing to audiences. The design does look nice though :)
Message: Posted by: Silvertongue (Sep 2, 2015 05:33PM)
I say keep the name I think the world is big enough to house more than one Dynamo.

Love the artwork it's very kid friendly. Mine should be completed next week sometime. I'll post it when its done and if others suggest I change my name because there are 100 other Bubbles the Clown... Why I autta...
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Mar 8, 2016 09:58PM)
Okay, I will keep the same name. Thanks.
Message: Posted by: thomhaha (Apr 13, 2016 06:27PM)
Are you sure about the name?
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (May 2, 2019 10:10AM)
Yes I am sure.
Message: Posted by: Dave Scribner (May 2, 2019 01:14PM)
Mike, the choice of course is up to you however, since Steven performs professionally all over the world under the name of Dynamo, it's very possible he has copyright issues regarding that name. You may want to try and contact him before you have a problem.
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (May 2, 2019 07:32PM)
You could always add two more letters and become "Dynamote." Or a few more to become "Dynamouth". Or wear horns and become "Dynamoo." Or you could ignore the fools and stay "Dynamo." You can't copyright a name, only make it a trademark.
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (May 3, 2019 02:00PM)
Ha ha ha, Jim. Good one. I agree with you. Steven Frayne uses the name for being a magician. I use the name for being a clown. Ewbank uses name the for a cleaning solution detergent: https://www.cleanitsupply.com/p-39250/dynamo-industrial-strength-laundry-detergent-5-gallon-pail-pbc48305.aspx?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cse&utm_term=PBC48305&gclid=CjwKCAjwza_mBRBTEiwASDWVvhLF_7t9t9NvzXqYpTLScHIvxgyVXYm0lp2IXxb64I6-i0mXCzHEXxoCKvAQAvD_BwE I remember seeing "Dynamo" used as a kitchen cleaner scrubber years ago. There is a paperback book with the name Dynamo printed on it: https://www.amazon.com/DOUBLE-LIVE-DYNAMO-EXODUS/dp/B003ZK2WEY/ref=sr_1_23?gclid=CjwKCAjwza_mBRBTEiwASDWVviFGS9aABJyd2zmU5jspuhBc_6YY5Iaa37xOcb27P0j3jRy6u9P_mBoCk20QAvD_BwE&hvadid=174264169190&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9016946&hvnetw=g&hvpos=1o1&hvqmt=e&hvrand=10962958047236834918&hvtargid=kwd-38741072&hydadcr=26611_9479192&keywords=dynamo&qid=1556908343&s=gateway&sr=8-23 Houston's soccer team is named "Dynamo." If Steven Frayne moved to my state using the name "Dynamo" causing me to lose profit, there would be an issue. I would take him to court asap.

I chose the name "Dynamike" many years ago back in the earlier 80's as my magician name. There is a street performer on the west coast using the name I discovered. I have no beef with him unless he moves to Michigan or any of the states bordering Michigan.

I see no issues between me and Steven Frayne unless we were living near each other. I would have that guy "banned" from using my name. :lol:
Message: Posted by: TomB (Jul 7, 2019 10:20PM)
I like the clown, but I think the font is hard to read. I get the patterns inside, maybe work on the outline of the letters to make it more pronounced. Why not use the name DynaMike?
Message: Posted by: ringmaster (Jul 30, 2019 10:24PM)
How "bout Dino-mite, got a bang to it.
Message: Posted by: TomB (Aug 17, 2019 10:36PM)
You should take some pictures in the Heidelberg project. It's a must for a Detroit clown.
Message: Posted by: Julie (Aug 18, 2019 03:42PM)
I would suggest showing at least a little of the rabbit's face. The ears may not be self explanatory to many youngsters and their parents.

Message: Posted by: TomB (Aug 24, 2019 08:26PM)
Maybe draw the ren cen in the background. Nothing says Detroit like the ren cen.