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On Monday 15 Nov 2010 11:09:44 Lucas Filho wrote:
Hello Community,

Hi Lucas,

After reading some email and see the logo on the wiki LibreOffice, dropped
out of the idea of the paper airplane and prepared over a logo option.

I kept the source but I changed the colors. This new project, we included
the splash screen. In my opinion the color black should be the dominant
(in a world of color black stands out more). Also black is the color that
indicates technology (according to the study of meaning of the colors).

Hope you enjoy.

Brilliant, I absolutely love these.  Certainly my favourite of the bunch so 
far.  Again, unique look, scaleable and appropriate.  It will look great on a 
billboard and as a favicon.  It also has a emotive dimension to it, it looks 
embracing.  Very very good.



P.S: someone could put on the wiki? I tried but was giving error creating
my account.

Até mais,
Lucas Filho
Open-Ce Tecnologias e Serviços

::@strogildo - Educação a distância
Coordenador Estadual GUBRO-Ceará

Blog Pessoal

Agradecemos a Deus por tudo

Graham Lauder, MarCon (Marketing Contact) NZ Migration and training Consultant.

INGOTs Assessor Trainer
(International Grades in Open Technologies)

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