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Contributed by Stephen Coles on Apr 24th, 2012. Artwork published in .
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    According to Chris Burkhart, the Path logo was designed by Dustin Mierau. It uses Coquette by Mark Simonson.

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    3 Comments on “Path”

    1. Sep 7th, 2013  12:31 am

      According to TechCrunch, Path is currently trying to prevent Pinterest from using its custom designed ‘P’ as an icon.

      This could be a fascinating battle to watch given that US law offers no protection (beyond font software) for alphabets or typeface designs. If one is allowed to use a letter from a typeface as a trademarked logo, perhaps the way for type designers to protect their work is to invent a “brand” for each glyph in their typeface and trademark it as a logo. ;)

    2. Sep 7th, 2013  1:26 am

      If they had clipped off a corner here or there, they might have a stronger position. But I’m glad they didn’t. I hate when people do that. (See

    3. Sep 7th, 2013  7:28 am

      Stephen wrote:

      Path is currently trying to prevent Pinterest from using its custom designed ‘P’ as an icon.

      No, putting it like this is not accurate. To quote TechCrunch directly:

      Instead, Path is looking here to only stop Pinterest from gaining the design trademark, which it could then use against Path and others if it chose.

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