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by silenciodiaz • Uploaded: Dec. 19 '07

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Description: This is the representation of my design philosophy. The logo is a feather in it's minimum form. It's too conceptual to be explained here. I've written an essay, in Spanish, if anyone is interested.
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ryantoyota Dec. 19 '07

This. Is very cool.

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logomotive Dec. 23 '07

IMO a logo should never be too conceptual to explain, your speaking to the general public with a mark or logo, but nice feather/quill mark anyhow.

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silenciodiaz Dec. 23 '07

Logomotive: the thing is this is the logo that represents a philosophy, as would do an emblem, that would be way more complicated. Anyways, if you don't understand the concept, nothing happens (because although it has a strong one, its minimalism plays its own role), but if you do, it gets embellished in a really subtle manner%3B that's a property of the Conceptism. Your comment is appreciated.

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logomotive Dec. 26 '07

Feather pen/quill concept? who knows, si habla espnanol , but I could not find it right away and not that interested in searching, sorry. BTW the quill concept has been done to death if that was your concept and if not,well...that is what I see and I'm sure that is what almost everyone else see? I hope you see my point here.

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silenciodiaz Dec. 27 '07

logomotive: it's just a feather, not a quill. But I'm not talking about what it is, but what's its meaning. And I'm aware there are many feathers/quills out there, but I'm pretty sure this one is unique: there's an essay that explains everything, and I'm translating it. Finally, I see your point, but it looks like you misinterpreted my words. By the way, what do you think its primary meanings could be?

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silenciodiaz Dec. 29 '07

clashmore: again, it's just a feather... I'm talking about the meaning of the elements, not what it is.

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saawan Jun. 28 '08

I like the minimalist feather. Sometimes, there will be more explanation to a logo than what you get to see. For example, Mercedes Benz logo.

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