[PD] logo or icon?? (my opinion)

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Oct 22 15:43:39 CEST 2003

I think we are talking about a logo from which icons will be made.  I  
think the yin/yang came up because it looks like the letters Pd, but I  
agree, I don't see a strong connection to Pd.  I personally think that  
the icon should be designed in Pd, since Pd is all about creating media.

The jury is us all, I don't know how that's going to work though.


On Tuesday, Oct 21, 2003, at 02:46 America/New_York, marius schebella  

> hi,
> are you talking about an icon or a logo? i think a logo should be  
> definitely
> with colors and doesnot need to be produced with Pd... and I don't  
> know why
> we should use yingyang stuff. there is no connection to Pd. So I am  
> still
> wating for the right logo to come... For my own purposes I am using the
> [Pd] - icon(Pd in object box). But as mentioned, this is rather weak  
> for a
> logo.
> who is in the jury for the contest?
> marius.
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