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Quirky typographic oddities often live under the false
protection of a corporate identity. These aren't limited to
mom and pop shops, some of these logotypes identify
well-established, global companies. Some of them
have been around a surprisingly long time. Too long.
We want to see them here.
1_ Show us the odd, the strange and the poorly
designed logotypes or word marks of the corporate
2_ Submit marks from companies that a lot of
us would recognize.
3_ Provide some background if you know any.
4_ Post a graphic please.
5_ Show us stuff we can learn from. (Even if
it's learning from other people's mistakes.)