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How andrewhymers started their logo design journey
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We sell coaching & digital information products (books, courses, etc) that help Western men meet & marry high-quality Asian women, and help them establish themselves as self-confident breadwinners.
Target audience = "MGTOW" (men going their own way) males living in English speaking countries, aged 18-40.
Many Western men today are what I call "marooned in MGTOW." That is, they've checked themselves out of the long-term relationship game. The trouble is, MGTOW is a desolate place to be, and once a man is there for a long enough time, it's very hard for him to get out.
There is hope still - while "gender wars" are raging in the Western countries, Eastern women and Western men are getting together in increasing numbers.
I'm one of them. I was born & raised in Canada, and ended up as a kind of "MGTOW" myself for 12 years (during my 30s). Everything changed when I married a woman from Indonesia, and eventually moved to the countryside about 1 hour south of Jakarta.
I am hoping to offer Western men a path to getting out of the MGTOW trap. The path isn't easy. It involves a great deal of effort and persistence. But for some Western men who have lost hope, it may be the best way for them to re-establish themselves as self-confident breadwinners.
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I'm trying combine three visuals: 1) wings 2) broken sword (i.e. Narsil) and 3) flames. I want to convey the concept of transformation, re-awakening & the emotion of hope, something akin to the myth of the phoenix...I'm just not sure how to put the concepts together in a way that gets the point across without being too "on the nose."