New Photoshop Logo

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  1. Northern.

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    i think that's only for Adobe Pho­to­shop Online
     
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    i like it but the feathers are better
     
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    I kind of like it, but I'm missing the 'S'. =(
     
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    ughhh I don't like it
     
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    It's terrible.
    It's the most cliched logo ever.
    I still think the CS1 logo was the best.
     
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    I like CS3/4 the best, extremely simple and to the point.
     
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    It's nice, it's just not for ps though. =\
     
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    Personally I think it's horrible, but it's also quite old, adobe revealed this ages ago.

    Still, the feather was the best.
     
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    i agree
     
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    You guys go make a logo for a client. I don't just mean make a logo. I mean make one for a client.

    I don't think logos should change unless identities change. I don't even know why they paid to have it made. Either way, I'm indifferent. A logo's a logo. I don't believe that's used in the actual program anyway. I have CS4 and I see the blue box with Ps everywhere I go, even the about box.

    Didn't we have a topic on this before?
     
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    looks simple and koo to me.
     
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    Dont mind it. I do like the feather though, If they did the same to the feather. Would be cool.
     
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    I think you're all mad that you can't do better.
     
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    The feather's aren't a logo, per se, since they change on every different version of Photoshop and the various Adobe products, it's a common theme but not a common identity. I suspect the logo posted is not going to replace the feather or the boxes the photoshop programs currently sit in, it's more a global photoshop logo to link them all together, and probaly will only be hidden in a corner somewhere.

    PS : People who start mentioning, "you try doing a logo". How the ------ is that relevant? simply because people can't do something themselves doesn't restrict their right to comment/criticise a huge companies logo. If it did, there'd be no criticism...of anything.
     

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