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    Monday
    Oct112004

    Politics, Politics, Politics

    VISUAL COMMUNICATION: The New York Times schools Kerry Edwards on their mediocre logo.







    Click on the graphic above for the full version, or you can check out the associated article.





    Logos can be powerful, and they're all about subliminal messages. Perhaps because of my Texas roots, I have a weakness for the big and the bold, and the main 2004 Bush-Cheney logo, basically a holdover from the 2000 presidential race, fulfills my expectations. It's brash and snazzy: a field of powerful, militaristic navy blue punctuated with the four letters of his surname spelled out in white in what appears to be Folio Extra-Bold Italic letters. (Even the name of the font sounds forceful, doesn't it?)


    Reader Comments (1)

    Hi Julius,

    Great material. Great postings. You do a wonderful job talking about images, graphics, information, and so on. Just wanted to say thanks.

    - John

    John S. Rhodes
    john@webword.com
    http://webword.com

    October 12, 2004 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

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