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April 26, 2007

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Business Logo Designers

I am happy to find your distinguished way of writing the post. Thanks for everything.

Deon

What a cool post!

I love the leaf globe, but I agree it looks a lot less grassroots. The magazine they send out to members underwent a similar transformation IMHO but that happened several years ago.
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It is very comprehensive and informative post you have shared with us regarding evolution of the TNC logo, i learn a lot of things from your great post.

Custom Logo Design

Such a great history you share with us about this logo and it make this logo to much better then previous one.

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Wonderful post about logo designs, I like your views that you shared.
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Scott (aka The Green Skeptic)

Nice post, Tim! And a good analysis. I think it looks a bit like a brussel sprout, myself. But the soccer ball analogy is actually a good one, especially given the global reach the Conservancy is striving for. Have you read "How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization" by Franklin Foer? Keep up the good work.

Jenn

What a cool post!

I love the leaf globe, but I agree it looks a lot less grassroots. The magazine they send out to members underwent a similar transformation IMHO but that happened several years ago.

Tour Marm

What I really wanted to convey was that the logo now is extremely corporate rather than grassroots. It doesn't reflect the membership.

Tour Mamr

Lots of thought and lots of bucks go into logos.

The trend is to go cleaner, brighter, global, and include a mission statement.

The 'Nature' is also larger to fit perfectly over 'Conservancy' for balance.

However, the 'R' is coming out like a period, which disturbs me.

I do prefer the 2006 as being friendlier, rather than the 2007 corporate. I would have redesigned the mission statement line to fit better under the 2006. The glib two sound byte mission statement is also not as friendly as the 2006.

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