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Moryarti writes:

Creativity for Dummies: Design sport event logo in 3 easy steps

1. Visit logo designer website
2. Play around with colors
3. Add one football
Voila…. you have one fancy logo!

What more can I say? These ‘logos for sale’ sites are being used everyday. Someone was bound to point it out! Is it an embarrassment to the agency/design company who delivered the logo to the client? Only if they charged a bundle for it!

Source: http://www.logobee.com/samplestab37.htm

Source: http://www.adblogarabia.com/an-interesting-catch-ready-logo-used-for-big-event/

A logo (Greek λογότυπος = logotypos) is a graphical element, (ideogram, symbol, emblem, icon, sign) that, together with its logotype (a uniquely set and arranged typeface) form a trademark or commercial brand. Typically, a logo’s design is for immediate recognition, inspiring trust, admiration, loyalty and an implied superiority. [1] The logo is one aspect of a company’s commercial brand, or economic entity, and its shapes, colors, fonts, and images usually are different from others in a similar market. Logos are also used to identify organizations and other non-commercial entities.

A copycat is a person that mimics or repeats the behavior of another. The term is often derogatory, suggesting a lack of originality. The expression may derive from kittens that learned by imitating the behaviors of their mothers. – Wikipedia.

Plagiarism: The abuse of another’s original work by copying it and passing it off as one’s own. As defined in Alastair Campbell book titled The Designer’s Lexicon. Page: 293 ISBN: 0-304-35505-4.

Imitation is the sincerest form of thievery” excerpt from a book by Capsule titled Design Matters. Page: 84. ISBN -13:978-1-59253-341-1.

1 Response to “cup cake”

  1. 1 SR
    October 14, 2011 at 9:06 pm

    Hi Anubis, please specify who the entrants can be.



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ANUBIS was a very old god of the ancient Egyptians, universally worshipped throughout the land and became considered the gatekeeper and ruler of the underworld; the “Guardian of the veil“ he was “Lord of the Cleansing Room” and the opener of the roads of the North. “He observed the weighing of the deceased’s heart against the feather of Maat [Truth] and reported his findings to the jury of the gods.

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