[Clipart] Our future logo
jon at rejon.org
Mon Apr 12 19:20:51 PDT 2004
I think the still life and basic art ideas are gonna be shut out by
designers and artists quick.
I'm asked for the help of my friend neil stuber on this
(http://neilstuber.org). I really think we need something hardcore. I
think we should fairly rigorous about our logo decision...
Just remember this good logo design advice: make it solid (all black)
and so that it can be copied and faxed and still look good.
Logo is different from logotype (which includes...type!)
I'm thinking this logo and presentaiton of the site is soooooo important
in our case (maybe moreso than other projects).
I've asked him to come up with like 3 possible designs with and w/o
Also, we should start thinking about website designs. I'm really in
favor of a standards compliant (xhtml 1.1) and css 2 site. I have
already developed a successful infrastructure on my site and that can be
easily copied over and repurposed as well and we can just change the
stylesheet to affect the design and make it totally different. Maybe
though first we should focus on the logo.
On Mon, 2004-04-12 at 18:02, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Apr 2004, Chad wrote:
> > How about an open door?
> > Get it, "Open"?
> > Or do you think the association between doors and windows is too strong.
> You're right that the doors and windows theme is pretty overused in open
> source. Might be nice to have something which emphasized the 'clipart'
> or at least 'art' part of the name, since that's what's unique here.
> Or maybe a combination of the two? A fruit basket in front of an open
> doorway? Maybe with a 'FREE' placard out front?
> > the mixed fruit idea has links to "apple" so they are both not without
> > association
> True, though a basket of fruit will have a completely different
> context. In any case, there's plenty of non-apple fruits to pick. ;-)
> Here's some still life artwork...
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