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post #436 of 487
^ Despite Enron's failure I still like their logo.
post #437 of 487
if you dig design, and judging from your posting in this thread i would guess you do, do yourself a favor and check out his site. I think I posted it earlier in this thread but it's paul-rand.com you'll be amazed if you're unfamiliar with his work.

he's my design hero. him and saul bass.
post #438 of 487
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if you dig design, and judging from your posting in this thread i would guess you do, do yourself a favor and check out his site. I think I posted it earlier in this thread but it's paul-rand.com you'll be amazed if you're unfamiliar with his work.

he's my design hero. him and saul bass.

Thanks for the link. Some excellent stuff.
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Supposedly, when the logo was first presented to company executives, Fred Smith, the founder, was the only one to see the arrow.


Just noticed the arrow now
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Just noticed the arrow now

congrats, prepare to have your life ruined. Now you can never look at the fed ex logo again without seeing the arrow.
post #441 of 487
Posting again because the original disappeared.

Canadian National Rail. The logo is nearly 50 years old now and looks just as fresh.


post #442 of 487
I don't approve of arms that weren't issued by a monarch. Or at least a head of state.


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I don't approve of arms that weren't issued by a monarch. Or at least a head of state.
Agreed. Super cliche. Seals are better.
post #444 of 487
How could you miss this guy

post #445 of 487
Fatty:


Old New/Slightly trimmed down Colonel


you can decide which one's better
post #446 of 487
I like the second one, but I wish they'd done without the apron.
post #447 of 487
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It's ironic that the most aesthetically pleasing flags are those of our enemies. It's not as if the Nazis can take credit for designing that emblem, as we all know its an ancient Buddhist symbol, but regardless the flag is incredibly well-designed.

Actually, the buddhists didn't invent it. I've seen it on sealings dated to EH II found at the site of Lerna. EH (early helladic) II is about halfway between 2000-3000BC, though we don't know precise dates. It's been found in other areas as well, but i haven't studied those.
post #448 of 487
Edit: Red Xs ;_;
post #449 of 487
I think Sprint's is decent.


post #450 of 487
Reebok's are terrible. They need to start from scratch.







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