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New Mshasho clothing logo? No, we good!

Mshasho fans hung over the old logo as the new logo reeks of legal suits and zero memories.

Part of the business resolutions of Mshasho is to switch up its apparel style and this includes the team getting a new logo, or not. Taking to social media yesterday, King Tee Dee on his social mediums engaged his fans in selecting a new logo for the upcoming Mshasho clothing collection with a caption that read:
Please choose between A and B that you want to see on the new Mshasho Golf shirts and other merchandise. Graphics by Dihnolazo of Dihnolazo Graphic Designs.

The quest for the right logo began as Mshasho fans selected their favored logo with the old one gaining publicity. King Tee Dee over the years has been investing efforts in the brand, maintaining that it is an international brand from Namibia to the world. Namtweeps responded saying that it has many memories attached to it which have contributed to their upbringing.

https://twitter.com/KINGTEEDEE3545/status/1217088350386999302?s=19

Some fans, however, opted for the new logo, stating that it represents the biggest brand in Namibia taking over the world. Many however felt that the new logo resembles the Fabiani which could bring about legal issues. The Mshasho team has to respond to this saying that the logo design is still in the developing phase and all feedback is being useful in the decision-making process.

“Creatives and consumers are not the same, some things that creatives do are usually criticized from the jump. It’s work in progress. Design development is a process and at this point, the would-be target market is involved and the feedback has been useful so far.”

The final decision is yet to be made however if one keeps an eye on the Mshasho social pages, the results will show!

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