Rickenbacker International Airport & Global Logist

by gyui • Uploaded: Jun. 26 '09

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Description: Logo representing an industrial/logistics area that has cargo/freight coming in via rail, ground and plane.
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thiago_castanhari Jun. 26 '09

1, nice logo....*please for your opinion on my logo in the link:*http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/68531

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gyui Jun. 26 '09

thiago_castanhari, thanks for your comment and float, but I don't know how the admins of logopond feel about you spamming all the logos with your copy and paste comment to get more traffic to your logos.

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alldesign Jun. 26 '09

Aww, man! And I was so excited he commented on mine. Gyui, back to my original reason for posting: like the concept.There's a sense of movement here, also 3-d. After reading what you wrote above, about %22Logo representing an industrial/logistics area that has cargo/freight coming in via rail, ground and plane%22 is there a reason you used 4 'arms' of the logo, rather than 3? I'd think they all lead in to the center to represent these methods of transport 'coming in'....just a thought. I'll be checking back to see what your inspiration is. Have a good day!%0D*

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gyui Jun. 26 '09

Hey alldesign. Thanks for the comment. The fourth represents the cargo that leaves the airport/logistics park. A central business point of the airport/logistics park is that it not only is a final destination for a lot of cargo, but it is also a transition point for cargo, i.e. plane cargo that gets moved to a truck and sent to some other city. so 3 arms represent cargo going in (truck, plane, train) and the fourth arm represents cargo going leaving Rickenbacker. hope that makes sense.

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alldesign Jul. 04 '09

It does! Nice work.

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