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Friday Entries for the U Street Logo Competition

Ed. Note: Of course people can be critical about a design competition – though voting will take place in poll form next week – but if you are critical please show a little decency and don’t be rude about it. We’re just trying to have a little fun.

If you’d like to enter the U Street logo design competition, please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail by the end of the day with your design and “neighborhood logo competition” in the subject line.


Logo by Mike Fogel

“I’m a freelancer who’s always looking for new projects. Had some time off yesterday and thought it’d be more fun to work on this than browse craigslist for the thousandth time! Happy to hear anyone’s feedback.”


Logo by Kiah G.

“I like my logo because it is simple, classic, and clean, and I think it will look nice on a T shirt.”


Logo by Tom Haskard

“Having lived near U St for the past year, the area to me reminds me of the music I’ve heard here, be it at 9:30 Club, U St Music Hall or any of the jazz bars. The beamed notes combined with the slur to combine a U shape.”


Logo by anonymous


Logo by Emily Boyer

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Logo by Emily Boyer


Logo by Emily Boyer


Logo by Emily Boyer

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