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FontHandler is a fine font management program for Windows. I created this logo for them, along with their package design. Typeface: Bank Gothic from Bitstream.
Jerry's World was a DTP outlet on CompuServe. Since it was Jerry's world, after all, it seemed only right to create a portrait of Jerry hisself. He's just as colorful in person, which is a little scary. Typeface: Pritchard from Letraset.
Daniel Pelavin is an illustrator who also sells wonderful dingbats and small, high-contrast graphics that make great starting points of logos like this one. Typeface: Serifa.
Can you tell I like Art Deco? Typeface: Pritchard.
There's a very interested story behind the name of Gregory Case's MetaComm-Taxi. The logo itself was meant to be fun. The graphic is from Ron and Joe at ArtParts (Woof!) The typeface is ITC Freddo.
More Windows was a product that gave you a virtual
large screen. It's no longer available, but it was great at the time. This was somewhat of am homage to 1939-style graphics. I like the way the rectangles (screens) form a "W". Typeface: Kabel.
Since this was a Windows sound add-on, I thought it only fitting to base the graphic on the sound icon (for Windows 3.1 at the time). Typefaces: Industra and Shelley Allegro (Pro).
Long before John Lithgow was "out of this world" on Third Rock from the Sun, I designed this logo as an exercise for one of my instructional videos. Typeface: Bremen.
Yes, it's mostly the work of Gary Munch (the typeface, that is--which is GM Nanogram). Adding the swirl wasn't a big deal--but hey, it's supposed to be simple.
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