More rounded corners, that just don’t make sense.
(Via Brand New)
If you cut off corners, present your design within a wireframe. Then it will look like a sophisticated idea.
The logo of a scanner product line from Fujitsu.
Slanting Handel Gothic this far was already a bad idea. But what’s the point of those outline modifications? Is this how scanned letters with those products will look like or what?
Another example of “If you have absolutely no idea for a good logo design, get out your scissors and go crazy“
Don’t buy a BlackBerry. They need to be punished for this logo, don’t they?
How to justify the use of a stock typeface in a logo?
Well, we made it totally unique by chopping off the corners of the “i”, didn’t we?
(via Fonts In Use)
TeliaSonera AB is the dominant telephone company and mobile network operator in Sweden and Finland. Yet, they couldn’t afford a type designer and used a butchered Helvetica in the logo.
The Drama Channel. Nothing says drama better than an M with rounded corners, doesn’t it?
Hey, Avianca Airlines, why just those 4 rounded corners? There are so many more corners left, where rounding doesn’t make sense as well.
Franklin Gothic, Nr. 2: squeezed together, cut off corners and shorten T-Bar
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