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These (used as a pair) represent a skoolie. If you aren't familiar with a skoolie, that's the term used to describe a retired-school-bus-turned-tiny-home.
These little guys will either be used as a standalone, or as part of a larger logo. (I'm unsure at this time)
As for why I want to use these as a pair: American schoolbuses can either be flat-nosed or conventional. I wanted this icon to represent both of those variants, so I included both.
Anyway, as always, feedback is most welcome!