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Core77 logo

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Dec 5th, 2012.
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Source: http://www.handeyesupply.com. Hand Eye Supply. License: All Rights Reserved.

Core77.com is a design magazine and resource. Its current logo is set in Blaktur (Ken Barber, 2007) – tightly spaced and with a rounded outline. Previous versions included a cursive one in House Script – with a painfully stretched ‘or’ connection, and a Western-style one in Thunderbird – with a slight skew.

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Core77. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: http://www.core77.com. Core77. License: All Rights Reserved.
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Source: http://www.core77.com. Core77. License: All Rights Reserved.

1 Comment on “Core77 logo”

  1. Dec 5th, 2012  4:22 pm
    Edit

    Patch called my attention to an interesting detail: Usually, typefaces from House Industries can’t be used for logos offhandedly. Their EULA states that “[a] special license is required to use the House Font Software in logo design”. Core77 apparently got dispensation from that clause.

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