Find the Unoriginal Logo
January 29, 2009 ‐ 0 comments
Just a quick one today, BrandCultureTalk fans. Can anyone tell us who borrowed from whom? The Tate Modern? The Tate Modern (designed by Wolff Olins) or The New School? The New School (designed by Siegel+Gale) We actually like the idea and the design behind the logos, but when it comes to assigning praise we're just stumped. Click here to see another good thread on logo facsimiles.
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