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What is this Logo type?


Dave L

Well-Known Member
#2
Not entirely sure about the semantic distinction between the two but it's clearly designed to represent the f-hole you find on voilins, cellos, basses, etc.
 
#3
Although I can see the debate in that one, I would have to say that the 'f' has been drawn (as Dave says) therefore it counts as pictoral even though it's representing text.
 

ARRIVALS

Well-Known Member
#4
Could be classified as either. I'm sure there is a typeface out there that has an 'F' that looks like that. I'd say its pictorial type though, for the same reasons mentioned above.
 

Dave L

Well-Known Member
#8
I think that what you've got here is basically a typographical pun: this particular letter F has been chosen because it looks like an F-hole, which is so named because it looks like a letter F - it is typographical but the decision to use this particular character has been taken for pictorial reasons.
 

ARRIVALS

Well-Known Member
#9
I think that what you've got here is basically a typographical pun: this particular letter F has been chosen because it looks like an F-hole, which is so named because it looks like a letter F - it is typographical but the decision to use this particular character has been taken for pictorial reasons.
There you have it. :icon_notworthy: