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Steal Medvurst   [2013]

Steal Medvurst Released by :
Dinasours [web]

Release Date :
14 February 2013

Type :
C64 Graphics  (MultiColor)

Released At :
3-Color-Logo Competition 2013

Achievements :
C64 Graphics Competition at 3-Color-Logo Competition 2013 :  #101

User rating:****______  3.7/10 (46 votes)   See votestatistics
****______  3.5/10 (20 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Graphics .... Skyffel of Dinasours

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/113850/skyffellogoDNS1338.d64 (downloads: 476)

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User Comment
Submitted by Shaun C on 6 March 2013
There are times when a nice solid simple logo is just what the doctor ordered, but I find the issues with the M and to a lesser extent with the E a bit jarring.
User Comment
Submitted by BHF on 19 February 2013
These stars are so 1988, cute.
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Submitted by dink on 16 February 2013
User Comment
Submitted by PAL on 16 February 2013
Fungus: I just lay down now for sleep... and your comment made me smile so hard....
User Comment
Submitted by Fungus on 16 February 2013
OLDSK00L. Still though it kind of sucks. =]
User Comment
Submitted by -$iXX!- on 15 February 2013
I love CSDB. Cresh, you nailed it. ;)
User Comment
Submitted by bepp on 15 February 2013
What Cresh said.... uhmmm
User Comment
Submitted by user on 15 February 2013
This is an cool Logo. Two little things are in my personal opinion could be done better. But hey, it is art not mathematics! The thickness of the letter M isn't equal on both lines. And the outlining of the letters M+E are one Pixel to short on one side (left on M, right on E).
Personally i would mirror the letter M in the middle, so the the inner cone end from it would look different.
User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 15 February 2013
#1 for me too!
I love that lonely pixel on the bottom.
It explores the relationship between the tyranny of ageing and recycling culture. With influences as diverse as Munch and Francis Bacon, new variations are manufactured from both explicit and implicit dialogues. Ever since Skyffel was a student he has been fascinated by the traditional understanding of the zeitgeist. What starts out as triumph soon becomes corroded into a cacophony of futility, leaving only a sense of unreality and the inevitability of a new reality. As spatial forms become undefined through frantic and critical practice, the viewer is left with a glimpse of the inaccuracies of our culture.
User Comment
Submitted by -$iXX!- on 15 February 2013
My favorite from the compo.
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