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Re: [K12OSN] K12Linux Logo Proofs (Round 3)

Moon wrote:
B has no flair, too rigid. If we know that the number four is offensive to
some, then I recommend you drop on or two. However, I still think three
characters with the center being the tallest looks like a bad focus of the
Taj Mahal. C and D Linux lettering is really too thin. So A looks best...

I have the same concerns about a Taj Mahal look. And if the two children are shrunk in size it looks like a pawn chess piece.

I asked a few Japanese people today about four. They all said, "Don't worry about it."

Taiwan's 1000 dollar note apparently has four children on it. And apparently "four people" can also mean mahjong (not negative connotation).

So I guess we shouldn't worry about four in this context.

There are concerns that A looks less professional than B. I would have to agree with this. OTOH, I really like the lettering of A, and I'm not very excited about the logo of A or B.

I wonder what B logo looks like if you're forced to monochrome colors or printing on a simple T-shirt. Gradients might not work well for that.

Warren Togami
wtogami redhat com

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