April 18, 2007

jockeys y jillys

jockeysJillys
i'm trying to make the logo for this year's derby party—yay! i want to incorporate the fact that our party date also happens to be cinco de mayo. tripper came up with the idea of changing the name to
jockeys y jillys, which i love.

what do you think? one of these or back to the drawing board?

17 comments:

Miss Beaux said...

I love the first one. The 'rita is a great touch!

ms. spinach said...

uh oh, 'cause i love the second one! simple, streamlined and classically cool.

Anonymous said...

I really like the second one!

casapinka said...

Second one for me. Super color combo and very pleasing on the eye. Great idea, Tripper!

kstyle said...

I love the second one but how about making the saddle blanket a mexican striped blanket.You know the look. Would tie in the y but still keep a nice clean look. k

kristy said...

I love the top one ... it seems a bit more festive and I love how you incorporated both the horseshoe and glass. I'm a Kentucky girl myself (live here in Lexington) and I wish you a very happy Derby day!

Jen said...

I like the top one. I like the horseshoe and the margarita.

Anonymous said...

FIRST. MUCH MORE TO THE POINT, THE Y THING IS GOING TO LOOK LIKE A TYPO TO POST.

Funky Finds said...

omg! i love these! so creative. i really love the horse graphic :)

Anonymous said...

I love the horse image and using the "y" instead of "and"... fabulous... still very Derby but with a subtle splash of Cinco de Mayo! Love it!!
-Cortney

jade said...

Holly.......I love the top one as well!!!

Baby Boy Chentnik said...

i really like them both!

i think i agree with kstyle on the 2nd with a mexican blanket though.

you are too creative! i love it!

Lindsey said...

jockeys y jilleys! Cute idea.

Miss Beaux said...

Yay! I found the perfect derby hat. This site is great: www.villagehatshop.com

Anonymous said...

LOVE the second one, especially the horse's mouth!

Christy said...

I like both but really like the top one.

Erin said...

i like them both, but the top one seems pretty typical...I have a dozen t-shirts from old college sorority socials that have a similar graphic.

The horse is different...and I think most people will get the "y".

Great stuff!