December 3, 2009
I came across this logo idea for London. You know, London is looking for a new logo and is willing to pay 600,000 pounds for it. So I’ve heard. I actually kind of liked this one apart from it’s color scale which gives it a childish look. I mean, it could be the logo of a kindergarden in London. Also the blackletter font character reminds me of Death Note anime, can’t help it.
“…one more idea for the logo for London debate, based on a classic heraldic blackletter font, to hint at history and heritage, by making each flourish a different colour, the letter L takes on a vibrant, lively quality, to represent our diverse and multicultural capital.”
design submitted by email@example.com
August 2, 2009
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July 12, 2009
Hello people. I know I couldn’t update my blog for a while but guess what? At first I was just trying to adjust to “normal life” after weeks and weeks of dorm life at school dealing with loads of projects under real survival-of-the-fittest type of conditions. I had only one week to adjust my eating-sleeping settings and off i went to United Kingdom. 🙂 The memories of the one week I spent in London will keep me going for a loong time. I better upload some photos here to fill in the blanks. My pleasure.
i woke up today in London
female taxi driver
beautiful window decoration
London sings the blues
where do the ducks go?