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I really like your concept and what you did with the letters "L" and "O"
without changing to much to the initial logo. I had a lot of doubt about the
font used in the current logo. But this is a good example how a basic font
can be used with a strong image to create an entire logo. The LO-image is
distinguishable enough in my opinion.

I'm afraid that the colour will stay green for now and is essential in
branding, unless you are Apple.
Have you tried making the entire font Black and the LO-image entirely green?

With kind regards,
Ismaël Grammenidis

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