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Forgotten and Found 6   [2012]

Forgotten and Found 6 Released by :
Wile Coyote

Release Date :
5 June 2012

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

Vitality 4

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (1 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Ice-T of Raiders of the Lost Empire
Graphics .... Wile Coyote

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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 6 June 2012
@wackee I was unaware there was an English and Polish Vitality. It was only yesterday I discovered Vitality 4 onwards here on CSDb. Back when the logo was created I assumed maybe the magazine had come to an end, or wasn’t being spread so well. Back then there were so many magazines I’d didn’t care so much in collecting them all. Demos were far more interesting to me.
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Submitted by wacek on 5 June 2012
I think the most probable explanation is that issue #4 of Vitality (English) did not ever see the light of day, as it ended with issue #3 :)
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 5 June 2012
Forgotten and Found 6
Aka: Vitality 4

Created 1998
Face Painter/Syllinor/Chromance

Released 5th June 2012

I cannot remember the precise details, but someone involved with Vitality Magazine asked me if I would create a logo for Vitality Issue #4. A logo was created. I never heard back from the original sender. Maybe they received the logo, maybe they did not receive the logo. Maybe they liked the logo, maybe they did not like the logo. Maybe they like the logo and had no way of using the Face Painter format. For the moment these questions remain unanswered.

About the Logo: The word Vitality made me think Las Vegas. Neon sign. Alive. Lots going on. I had some fun creating the Vitality logo. Source material includes Chrome Robo Girl Head/Hajime Sorayama. Maguey/Gremlins. The biggest challenge was creating the layered logo, remember Photoshop wasn’t available back then.
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