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by downwithdesign • Uploaded: Jan. 11 '13 - Gallerized: Jan. '13

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Type08 Jan. 14 '13

Very classy, that cut on the N is hot!

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zeusbrand Jan. 14 '13

nice work! like it !

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effendy Jan. 14 '13

Nice type work Gareth. Looks slick in B&W.

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downwithdesign Jan. 18 '13

Your image wasn\'t the first to have missing elements of a serif style typeface & my logo design won\'t be the last.

At least mine has had a thought process associated with it relevant to the whole idea of the brand rather than just creating a picture \'for fun\'.

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tabithakristen Jan. 18 '13

Wow. I\'m loving this in the white on black variation. Great job.

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ColinTierney Jan. 18 '13

yeah those black and white variations really make this thing stand out.

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danieltaborda Jan. 20 '13

In fact, my logo was not the first and your\'s won\'t be the last. Sherlock!

\"Just for fun\" won\'t excuse the similarities and, of course, it has a structured concept and a logical idea. \"Just for fun\" doesnt mean \"bad\" or \"without nexus\", don\'t you think?

The \"R\" is too much similar. Everybody can see it.
I\'m not saying that you\'ve stolen the idea. I\'m just saying that is too close.

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downwithdesign Jan. 20 '13

My idea isn\'t based on a fictional ceramics company which could be perceived to produce broken ceramics, it\'s actually based on the idea of being ordained & carrying on a legacy. Hence the breaks in the O to form an infinite loop and then subtle parts being removed from the rest of the characters to make it all cohesive.

Regardless, this logotype initially started out as Engravers MT (http://www.microsoft.com/typography/fonts/family.aspx?FID=159). That font was designed in 1924. So are you REALLY claiming that you were the first to create that kind of cut in an R?

Here are some others for you to take a gander at:

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bagraphics/richmond-hill/richmond-hill/
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/engravure/engravure/


Or to summarise, you are talking out of your arse.

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lindemannrock Jan. 20 '13

chuckle ... not much has changed on the site then :) althou i activated my comments to say Nice work Gareth

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danieltaborda Jan. 20 '13

I\'ve offended you? Sorry.
I\'m claiming what?! 1924? Are you nervous?
A repeat: I\'m just saying that is too close. It happens! There are too many logos, it\'s easy to make one simillar. Just that! Stop saying bullshit, please.

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downwithdesign Jan. 20 '13

This is not too close to your fake logo.

I\'m not offended or nervous at all haha. You are talking a load of bollocks Dan.

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Hayes Image Jan. 20 '13

It seems we need to call the local serif, he needs to resolve a bit of type o\'graphic violence...

\"We can\'t\"
\"Why not?\"
\"I shot the serif, but I didn\'t shoot the deputy...bodoni because he has a wife & family, we can\'t have widows & orphans now can we?\"
\"Tell me why.\"
\"I hate garamond days.\"
\"That was a bad pun.\"
\"Well it\'s your kern, you do better.\"

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