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Women Meet Literature
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JB

Sep 14, 2010

genius.

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    frappa

    May 25, 2010

    i think it is about erotic literature..

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    Saravanakumar

    May 06, 2010

    I Think the logo is a co-incident. Good work by the designer, moreover its in the mind. According to me the only difference that actually makes is the word ‘women’ on the cover.

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    Kian

    Apr 15, 2010

    I know the vagina and pen is a good idea “visually” but overall it still a bit “sexist” and not “literature” to me.

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    Daniel

    Apr 03, 2010

    Controvertial but interesting.

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    Imran

    Mar 10, 2010

    Really Conceptual Work..

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    Joseph McCullough

    Mar 09, 2010

    This logo made me slightly uncomfortable, and I’m not even a woman. This seems to be a product of “pen” and “vagina” being plotted in the morphological matrix.

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    Ty

    Mar 07, 2010

    Am I the only one who finds this hilarious?

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    DIzzy

    Mar 02, 2010

    How is the logo sexist? That region of a woman is the most obvious indication of gender next to breasts and I hardly think the creator was suggesting that this is the only respectable part of women- I think perhaps he just found the similarity in shape expressive.

    I find it to be subtle- someone who wasn’t looking for the woman’s hips wouldn’t see them right off.

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    Doryen Chin

    Mar 02, 2010

    The concept is elegant, respectful and effective.

    To the other commentators, this work is about as sexist as the name Barbara. Sure, you know it’s a woman’s name, but it doesn’t evoke a sense of rage or any kind of misogynist message.

    The only thing offensive in this logo is the horrendous typography. Can we say kerning?

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    Felipe Caroé

    Feb 21, 2010

    You two got a point. Although it’s actually creative and clear, it’s kind of sexist. I just don’t think it has to be offensive all the same. They could be a little more sutile…

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    Reani

    Feb 21, 2010

    I agree with the previous poster, the logo is sexist and offensive. Do women write or think using their genitals?

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    Sal Malone

    Feb 19, 2010

    Unless WML is about erotic literature, the logo is sexist and offensive. I have yet to see a logo about men with a phallus.

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    Felipe Caroé

    Feb 19, 2010

    I can see the same qualities “Book Cover” said before, but I have something more to say: it’s also obvious like hell.

    Unfortunatelly, it could ruin a logo.

    But it’s great the same. Congratz!

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    Book Cover Designs

    Feb 19, 2010

    Simply great and excellent logo ! Concept is clear, innovative and creative to its extreme ! 🙂