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Art Of Logo Design....

Discussion in 'Logo Design' started by weaselboogie, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. GAC05

    GAC05 Major Contributor

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    Nice.
    One thing I disagreed with was the female designer saying that design is not like Math;
    "You don't know what you are going to get with "blue + square" until you lay it out.
    Everyone knows:
    Blue + Square = Potato - always....
     
  2. visual800

    visual800 Very Active Member

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    Obviously I can now understand why I quit college, bantering, I can do without all the babbling on and on about cave drawings being "logos" and what not. I'm more of a visual person than for someone to verbally put on a show for me. Show me what you designed instead of trying to take me back to school and teach me WHY logos are imporatant

    Videos like this are always showing the oldies, Nabisco, Delta, coke, etc. Of course all of these are burned into our minds already. I did like the one chick that took the paper and folded it to achieve her logo. I would like to see more newer logos sometimes
     
  3. FTG

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    Amen
     
  4. GypsyGraphics

    GypsyGraphics Major Contributor

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    but i love her comment about iterating the hell out an idea
     
  5. TammieH

    TammieH Very Active Member

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    Chick?
     
  6. TammieH

    TammieH Very Active Member

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    BTW its just an introduction to Logo design
     
  7. Gino

    Gino Major Contributor

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    I dunno............

    Not because I'm old or have a dog in the fight, but the old logos seemed to have character and meaning without all the suspense of what something is. It takes a ton of money to get something recognized today. We're in a society which wants and needs everything immediately, so we can't wait for something to work or just happen... we have to spend money to jam it down peoples' throats, then through spamming, blogging or whatever you call it.... tell people why they like something.

    I see nothing wrong with some of the old advertisements. In one picture or one glance, you knew immediately what something represented or stood for..... some good, some bad, but it still was up to the individuals.
     

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  8. Fatboy

    Fatboy Very Active Member

    Very good.Thank you for sharing
     
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