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    Reply to My Life in Typefaces - Matthew Carter
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    When I think of Adrian Frutiger, I think of, well, Frutiger, which is sort of a humanist grotesk, maybe. Then I think of Myriad Pro. Of course Frutiger didn't design Myriad, but Myriad is pretty much...
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  • Pavlo
    Reply to Critique and suggestions on a logo concept
    Pavlo
    I understand what you are trying to achieve (and I have seen some other good examples in a similar style) but to me it doesn't read as 'EFM'. It seems incomplete. Needs more work. Or a different appr...
    Today, 05:46 AM
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    Reply to My Life in Typefaces - Matthew Carter
    ISitude
    Good one <b>! When I think of slabs I think of Adrian Frutiger... but when I think of think grotesks Helvetica always is first on my list ...sigh.

    So since we are creating a list ......
    Today, 05:33 AM
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    As someone who has also worked on client's side, I'm going to offer this point of view:
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    Reply to Critique and suggestions on a logo concept
    Kayekaye
    There is no recognition of your initials without knowing what they are. Nicely executed but conception is weak. Try another avenue.
    Today, 04:33 AM
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  • #31
    This guy is down there documenting Gustav. He also chased Katrina and Rita.

    http://www.stormhunter.ca/index.html
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    • #32
      Hey that guy's from Toronto!
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      • #33
        I'm fine here in Texas, Sweet Tee. I want to try to head back tomorrow but am not sure if we'll be able to or not. I hear my house has a lot of yard debris that will take a bit to clean up. But my house was spared any damage! We don't have electricity. Hopefully it won't take them long to get it turned back on.
        You're no longer a child when a mud puddle is an obstacle rather than an opportunity!

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        • #34
          Thats great news CF ... I'm glad there wasn't much damage
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          • #35
            It's sad that these disasters take place; people are already struggling to hold onto jobs firstly, I really hope it doesn't get any worse. They say it may get back stronger, glad to hear members here are fine.

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            • #36
              Thanks! I just found out my baby neice and nephew were in a house in central louisiana that was destroyed. Luckily, they are ok. I'm sure my little nephew is pretty shaken up. He's only 3. A category 2 storm hitting lafayette is better than a tropical storm hitting central louisiana if you ask me. Central Louisiana has some extrememly tall pine trees that fall over like toothpicks in the wind. I've been in a house where that happened. It's some scarey stuff.
              You're no longer a child when a mud puddle is an obstacle rather than an opportunity!

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              • #37
                Oh no Cornfed! I'm glad to hear your neice and nephew are ok at least.

                I'm so happy to hear you, Sweet Tee and Gary are all ok, too!
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                • #38
                  So Glad to hear everyone is OK! I still haven't heard from my bro in Metarie, the other brother left last week to come here, but I'm sure its just like last time, cell phone communication was next to nothing.
                  “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level we created them.” Albert Einstein

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                  • #39
                    Glad to hear you're okay CF! So sorry to hear about you're niece! I'm back at my place, just no cable and Internet. Thank goodness for my iPhone, it's been helpful!!!

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                    • #40
                      i was watching the news this morning and thinking about you guys down there. glad to hear things alright with you guys!!

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                      • #41
                        CF, glad to hear your place made it through the storm. I know how much it sucks to loose your home in a hurricane! Hopefully you can head back home and none of the other ones hit LA or FL!
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                        • #42
                          Glad to hear your house is okay, Cornfed. What a scary thing for your niece and nephew to have to live through at such a tender age.
                          "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!" - Ricky Ricardo

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