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Comment on Evolution of the SKODA logo by Teodossi Tzinguilev

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 22:58:22 +0000

Exactly. The logo from 1915 is the missing link here. On this one was pictured the profile of an Indian in red color and no arrow. This badge hung on the walls of Skoda employees' offices back then. The arrow came three years later, in 1918, beneath the head already was stylized by then. In the spring of 2015 German magazine Auto Zeitung had a special edition dedicated to Skoda's 120th anniversary, where the evolution of the logo was tracked out and that's where I know it from. Of course, Google doesn't know everything, so unfortunately, I cannot send you a link with the images.

Comment on The history of the MGM lions by associatedfantasy

Sat, 02 Dec 2017 05:09:30 +0000

Actually, the Redskins' name refers to the slang that early Americans used to refer to the Natives of the Northeast, which was a reference to their buckskins, and not their complexion (European tanners didn't cure leather in the same manner as the natives did, and the early colonists were intrigued by the reddish leather). It's also important to note that every time a survey is done, the overwhelming majority of Native Americans find nothing offensive about the name (or the Chiefs for that matter), and tens of dozens of Native American schools across the country have adopted both the name and the logo as their school mascot.

Comment on The story of the NBA logo by Matt

Fri, 01 Dec 2017 20:45:46 +0000

What I want to know is: Why is #16 setting a pick on his own teammate for Bob Cousy? I am so confused.

Comment on NASA logo evolution: meatball vs worm by Mario Borg

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 15:57:11 +0000

Well, Fletcher was right in saying "I just don’t feel we are getting our money’s worth!” There is something in the worm logo lettering that never felt right.

Comment on The Pixar logo and the hopping desk lamp by Ricardo Gargalaca

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 19:50:13 +0000

What's good usually is atemporal.

Comment on NASA logo evolution: meatball vs worm by Mike Dalton

Sun, 26 Nov 2017 17:54:11 +0000

I would wager that those of us who are old enough to remember watching the moon landing live with Walter Cronkite favor the meatball. I was 12 when I watched it, and it had a huge impact on me. It was cool to be a space geek at that time. It's probably why I went into Engineering as a profession. Personally, I love the Mid-Century Modern aspects of the meatball. Maybe because I remember MCM design when it was just design. Actually, the meatball is just more meaningful to those of who remember a world where no one had been to the moon. But today's young people identify with very simple logos, like the Apple and the G. One style (simple vs complex) is not better, just different. I imagine that when us old geezers are gone, the worm will win, jettisoning a lot of NASA history and nostalgia when it does. So young people, remember this discussion when Apple decides to change its logo to an A without a crossbar.

Comment on Fiji Airways by Viliame Raiwalui

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 22:50:22 +0000

Haha you're only 0.0000001% who dislikes it. Fly somewhere else

Comment on Marked with thought by Davar

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:38:29 +0000

Achieving simplicity is the key pillar when judging the memorability and effectiveness of a great logo design.

Comment on Marked with thought by Andrew Marriott

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 09:52:57 +0000

I love the Canada Snowboard mark, clean simple and communicates visually in the simplest way. And that's what it's all about. Been simple and clever at the same time and this is why the simplest marks are the most difficult. I always say less is best, depending on the use.

Comment on The story of the NBA logo by Kyle

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 09:12:35 +0000

With no 3-point line that wasn’t middle of the court. That was out of the action.