Faster and faster

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Original: Bagatt

www.bagatt.it

Less original: Fasttelco

Kuwait

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.Wikipedia

Recording

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Original: Das Werk

www.daswerk.com

Less original: Al Nazaer

Kuwait

I had previously contributed this entry to Awraq magazine which they kindly published in the December 2003 issue No. 0. Page: 9 and in the July 2004 issue No. 2. Page: 74

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.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

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

Call 911 McGraw-Hill logo has been stolen

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Original:McGraw-HillUSADesigner: Constance Birdsallfeatured in a book by David E. Carter

titled The Big Book of Logos.

page: 9

ISBN 0-8230-0538-0


Less original: Wataniya TelecomKuwaitYork Festival 1

I had previously contributed this entry to Awraq magazine which they kindly published in the December 2003 issue No. 0. Page: 8 and in the July 2004 issue No. 2. Page: 73.

I had also submitted the McGraw-Hill logo example and the Wataniya Telecom logo example to Arab Ad magazine for their copy cat section (along with other logos); which they kindly published in their January, 2004 issue, Vol.14, No.1 on page: 62.

It is encouraging to see that the organization with the less original logo has now totally changed its logo.

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.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

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

“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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instant logo

Original: web dings font by MicrosoftUSA
Less original: Qortuba FurnitureKuwait

I had previously contributed this entry to Awraq magazine which they kindly published in the December 2003 issue No. 0. Page: 13 and in the July 2004 issue No. 2. Page: 76.

It is encouraging to see that the organization with the less original logo has now totally changed its logo.

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.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

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

Echoooo

Original: Hala by Wataniya Telecom

Kuwait

Less original: Ya Hala by Syrian Telecom

Syria


I had previously contributed this entry to Awraq magazine which they kindly published in the December 2003 issue No. 0. Page: 8 and in the July 2004 issue No. 2. Page: 73

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.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

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

Lost & Fund

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Original:Shuwaikh Real Estate FundKuwait
Less original:Dar Real Estate FundKuwait

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.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

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


No money no funny

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Original: Casino Du LibanLebanon Less original: Commercial Bank of Kuwait CBKKuwait

I had also submitted the Casino Du Liban logo example and the Commercial Bank of Kuwait logo example to Arab Ad magazine for their copy cat section (along with other logos); which they kindly published in their January, 2004 issue, Vol.14, No.1 on page: 62.

It is encouraging to see that the organization with the less original logo has now changed its logo; but they kept the corporate colors.

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.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

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.

“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.


When Doves cry

Original: Dubai City Humanitarian Services

UAE

Less original: New Mowasat Hospital

Kuwait

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.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

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

Hand it over…and quick

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Less original: Hidri Trust FundIran Less original: New Dar Al Shifa HosptialKuwait

Original: LeCare

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.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

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

“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.

Just Don’t do it

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The ad by The Kavli which was published only in D’mag June 2006 is based on a royalty-free stock image –  got awarded a Bronze at the 2006 KAAA (Kuwait Arabic Advertising Awards)!!! check out KAAA book; page: 31. 

Stock photography consists of existing photographs that can be licensed for specific uses. Publishers, advertising agencies, graphic artists, and others use stock photography to fulfill the needs of their creative assignments.

A customer who uses stock photography instead of hiring a photographer can save time and money, but can also sacrifice creative control. – Wikipedia

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