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They are quickly viewed and registered, can be recreated in any color, and are easily remembered. That’s why they are so effective. Did you know that Nike paid a college kid around $35 in the 70′s for it’s swoosh logo? Since then, logos have remained much the same . At least the good ones have anyway. But logos change just like the tools used to create them change. Over just the last five years you can see the transition from flat, solid logos to multilayered, translucent, overlaid images being used in logos. Bright colors are used in large quantities today, but still maintain the ability to appear ...
The mostly political ramblings of a small-time, big-mouth community activist, somewhere in the greater Philadelphia area A recent addition to Dan Onorato ’s library of issue statements is his plan for arts and culture . Onorato is the Democratic candidate for governor; he has a number of details policy statements on his website, most running several pages.. His Republican opponent, Tom Corbett, has several paragraph-long statements on his site (the economy statement is more than one paragraph), but none on the arts and culture. The economy is a primary driver in this race, which ... Read More
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