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I've designed this logo for a small company that gives music, art, and sports lessons—aptly called MASA:music, arts, and sports academy.
I'm having some issues with the logo type below the actual stylized logotype. I've put MASA in stylized block forms, this having it's own rationale, but
1) I can't decide on a good enough face (i tried DIN) to set "music, arts, and sports academy" below the block forms. I want something that the company can also use as their brand typeface to use in their documents.
2) whether to put:
“music arts + sports academy”
“music, arts and sports academy”
“music + arts + sports academy”
is there some typographic rule when setting words strung like that? I feel like the comma takes away from the logo's possible timelessness or whatever, and disrupts its rhythm.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is my first post as a new member on typophile.