An idea that's been floating around in my head for some time was making 3d meshes part of the
motif, so I started drafting something: http://ubuntuone.com/7Ga5G3sb4B9tURr2U5pkyQ
I used Open Sans instead of Vegur, since it got this very clean appearance and because we wanted to
abandon Vegur. Moving the TDF tagline to the right would improve the visual balance of our logo. I
kept it very flat in order to follow swiss style guidelines.
The idea behind the motif is symbolizing LibreOffice with a stonemason's tool, that helps him carve
the rough-hewed ideas. (Mesh with vertices wide apart -> e.g. a character)
The 'a' looks a bit broken, ideally the 3d model would be a bit cleaner.
What do you think of this?
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