The idea was to create a print for the visual arts of college. because our class wants to make some T-shirts ...
I wanted to bring a good reference of the arts, and to synthesize the idea
(translated by Google from portuguese.BR)
I have to ask, what is the symbol? To me, this looks very disjointed. I am not certain if it is a bicycle seat with yellow liquid pouring out or what. The mixture of the script font with the symbol just isn't working. I would be interested in seeing what other ideas you had, or at least hearing your explanation for this one.
I kinda get that you're referencing Dadaism, but this is far too complicated for this logo to even work.
The two fonts do not go together whatsoever, the symbol is at such an angle that many people won't recognize the art piece you're referencing, and unless this school solely focuses on Dada, I'm wondering if its really necessary to make such a literal reference.
If you are going to put a urinal on a shirt- I'd JUST put the urinal. The name located elsewhere, like on the back. That way it becomes a conversation piece- or just something those "in the know" would get.
But definitely research other type choices either way!
You went for the Duchamp's Fontaine, but since you added that yellow line, it's just gross.
Also, replacing characters with a symbol does make the wordmark uneasy to read.
This is definitely not working for me.
Thank you for clarifying what the symbol was. I thought it looked like a urinal, but I didn't want to sound like Felix!