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    These have rolled out over the past year for Temple Emanuel in Newton. It's been a welcome challenge to coach them in the ways of brand consisten… Read More
    These have rolled out over the past year for Temple Emanuel in Newton. It's been a welcome challenge to coach them in the ways of brand consistency, and they're not perfect, but there's some good consistency in the colors and titling. And yes, "The Mazaltones" is a ridiculous name. It's okay. Read Less
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"Rimonim" is Hebrew for "pomegranate" and is also the name for the decorative parts of the Torah rollers. There's a symbolism to the supposed number of seeds in each fruit. Here, there are 7 seeds, which represent the Seven Gates into Temple Emanuel.
Concepts. Love the 45 adaptor angle on the top two, and the American Idol angle on the bottom logo.
Also, just wanna point out the rightmost Rimonim logo, which reads in two languages simultaneously
(English and Hebrew), one left to right, the other right to left.