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What is the name of this old 1940-1950's Pepsi Logo?
I need help!
I'm creating a website/social networking resource and I am designing a logo. I found a font that I like for free from a website and want to use just one letter "s" for my logo. I will not be selling the logo or distributing the font in any way, just want to have a clean logo for my website/potentially more than that in the future.
1) can I do this?
2) can I customize the logo in photoshop or something and tweak it to make it original and use that?
3)if not, what steps do I need to take in order to do this legitimately?
Any help or advice would be extremely appreciated guys!
Is it just me, or is the Romney for president logo weak, because the R is overbalanced to the right :)
Hey everyone, I need you expert knowledge identifying some typefaces for some agency logos. Thanks in advance :)
Hello old ƒriends.
A casual conversation in which I made a couple of claims has resulted in a search for evidence to back those claims, and, though I have seen this with my own eyes, I cannot find what I am thinking of. Or rather, what I am thinking oƒ.
My query is threeƒold:
1. What is the proper name of ƒ? Windows Character Map calls it "Latin Small Letter F With Hook." That sounds donkey, but I can't come up with a better name. All I can think of is, "You know, the eff you use when you're writing a function in math."
2. When (90s?) and why (ease of typing? sorting?) did the practice of prefacing or appending folder names with ƒ on Mac OS come into practice, and how widespread was this practice? The latter question leads me to 3.
I am working on a project pertaining to the work of Herb Lubalin and for one aspect I need vectors of a few of his logos. I've searched various online logo "databases" (brands of the world, etc.) but I can't seem to find anything.
Does anybody have (or know where to get) such vectors?
Because it's hilarious to me, I thought I'd share a link to a huge multi-page rant about the logo emblazoned across the front of Egnater guitar amplifiers. The website is a site about guitar gear, like amps and effects and stuff.
Anyway, here is the logo that they are complaining about, the great big scripty "Egnater":
$.50 to the person who points out the bigger issue with the design :p
Hey everyone, I'm looking for some design inspiration and was hoping you could point me to your favorite logos that would be considered bounded or enclosed. Thanks in advance!
We are a university library looking to create some logos for each department within the library. I'd love to get some feedback from you all. Thanks!
I've added 13 more arabic/english corporate identity mashups from my travels in the UAE.
Here's the link:
Of interest to most designers here on Typophile. I've shot more examples of Arabic versions of Western Identities (some are actually dual designs from the ground up.) Additional packaging/consumer good examples forthcoming.
Older sets from last year can be found within the article too. Enjoy.