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Sunday, 25 December 2016

Day 3: Activity 2

Now, today I have finished Day 3 ( Don't worry, I will be doing my Bonus activity but in one full blogpost). We were asked to create a airline. I created AKA star. AKA star mean Red Star ( Aka in japanese translates to Red).  The logo looks at its flying away ( Which was definitely my intention). 

5 comments:

Rachel Williamson said...

Pote,

I love your logo!! You have incorporated some very dramatic colours and arranged it in such a way that it looks like it is truly 'flying away.' This is an inspired design.

I hope that you enjoyed the activity. It is amazing to see that you completed it on Christmas Day. Wow! Thank you so much for making time on Christmas to participate in the blogging programme. We're just thrilled to have you involved with us again this holiday :)

Keep up the awesome work and awesome effort.

Cheers,
Rachel

aminiasi said...

Hello Pote, I like how you have explained why you named your airlines AKA Star. Keep on working really hard during this holidays.

daniel said...

Hi Pote
I had no idea that AKA meant red in Japanese. Nice logo too. It looks awesome. Keep up all the blogging!
Daniel

Mark Barlow said...

Kia ora Pote!

I'm Mark and I'm a teacher working with Rachel on the Summer Learning Journy. I was just having a browse of a different school than my usuals and found your awesome logo! It's just so cool! I haven't seen it before.

Can you tell me what sets your airline apart from the others? Why should we fly AKA?

Keep up the great work!


Mark

Dan Abricossow said...

Awesome logo Pote! Great explanation of your design too. I like how you have designed it so it looks like your logo has wings, but I think my favourite part is the name you've given it. I never would have known that Aka means red in Japanese? It works really well with your airline's name!

With their Japanese name do you think AKA Star would base themselves out of Japan, or would they operate from New Zealand?

Keep up the awesome blogging Pote. It looks like you have really been enjoying your learning journey so far!

Ka kite ano,
Dan.

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