Why not Bonzo or Zippy? Or, for Rough-Stuff applications, King Kong atop the Empire State Building? I'm sure Chuck Schmidt could work these into a real cloisonned headbadge.
Chris Beyer Weather for Kayaks, Not bikes, in..... .....Bloomfield, NJ
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Brandon Ives wrote:
> >From the response to my post I think I'll have to post the URL to the
> logo. Contrary to popular belief it's not going to be anything monkey
> oriented, more classic. If anyone cares to see the IvyCycles classic logo
> go to http://www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~mkirklan/logo.html and have a look at
> the rough draft. And for those of you that were interested in an frame
> it'll be a few more years, I'm taking things really slow. When I get up
> and running I'll have a site and everything with pictures of the process,
> since each of my frames will come with a roll of film showing the process
> of each frame.
> thanks for the interest and I'll keep the list up to date.
> "Nobody can do everything, but if everybody did something everything would
> get done." Gil Scott-Heron
> On Wed, 23 May 2001 KERSEY@nn.prosoft-eng.com wrote:
> > "In the next month I'll be making the leap to framebuilding, ..."
> > Congratulations on taking the custom framebuilding plunge. I eagerly await
> > images of the first of the Monkeyman Marque to appear on Dale's "Classic
> > Tradition Modern Makers" page.
> > I must admit that I am intrigued by the logo and headbadge possibilities...
> > Keep us posted.
> > Ian Kersey