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post #406 of 487
I used to be with this small bank - when I first arrived in Italy. I still can't decide whether I like their logo or not. It's quite clever how they have incorporated all the letters, possibly. Banca Popolare Di San Felice Sul Panaro:
post #407 of 487
Maybe it was all the weed I was smoking at the time, but I always loved this logo. See the Montreal Expos Baseball (club) in it?
post #408 of 487
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Originally Posted by Britalian View Post
I used to be with this small bank - when I first arrived in Italy.
I still can't decide whether I like their logo or not. It's quite clever how they have incorporated all the letters, possibly. Banca Popolare Di San Felice Sul Panaro:


beh, hanno infilato bene tutte le lettere ma... gesù, è osceno. e non comprensibile a prima vista.

its always good to meet an italian fellow on the net.
post #409 of 487
One of my favorites:

Bad b/c it is too complicated:

Also a poor design:

Not a logo per se, but bad nonetheless:
post #410 of 487
Dont know how many of you will get all that is going on here, but I love the McGrath Foundation logo: It's an Australian cricket thing....
post #411 of 487
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Dont know how many of you will get all that is going on here, but I love the McGrath Foundation logo:



It's an Australian cricket thing....

it looks like something having to do with "blacks for gay rights".
post #412 of 487
Australian cricket legend Glenn McGrath lost his wife to cancer a few months back. The foundation (attracting a lot of attention at the moment as the current Australia v South Africa game is in her honor) raises money to recruit cancer nurses to rural Australia. The logo itself is M-for-McGrath shaped cricket wickets, with her in pink (wearing-pink days are their fundraising thing), and of course, him supporting his wife using the wickets as bodies, bails as arms, and cricket balls as heads. A lot happening in it...
post #413 of 487
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Originally Posted by m@T View Post
Australian cricket legend Glenn McGrath lost his wife to cancer a few months back. The foundation (attracting a lot of attention at the moment as the current Australia v South Africa game is in her honor) raises money to recruit cancer nurses to rural Australia. The logo itself is M-for-McGrath shaped cricket wickets, with her in pink (wearing-pink days are their fundraising thing), and of course, him supporting his wife using the wickets as bodies, bails as arms, and cricket balls as heads. A lot happening in it...

Cool logo. I went to school with Stuart McGill (shameless and OT name-dropping, hahah!).
post #414 of 487
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Not a logo per se, but bad nonetheless:

This could certainly benefit from a bit of kearning.
post #415 of 487
I like this:
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post #417 of 487
Still one of my favorites-
post #418 of 487
The two greatest political logos of all time:



and



Going to say W is better because there is just so little to it and it has been used for any number of non-political uses.

Your friend,

Edina Tlanta
post #419 of 487
I shall then assume that you have never seen one of these?

post #420 of 487
These guys do nice work:



lefty
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