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Really Good Logos Explained: Top Design Professionals Critique 500 Logos and Explain What Makes Them Work
Really Good Logos Explained: Top Design Professionals Critique 500 Logos and Explain What Makes Them Work
A collection of 500 great logos critiqued by a panel of internationally acclaimed designers
In Really Good Logos Explained, some of today's top creative minds critique and appraise over 500 examples of truly exceptional logos, and explain what makes them work. The insight provided by these four outstanding editors is - like the logos themselves - succinct, specific and effective. Their comments provide a rare and insightful glimpse into the inner workings of excellent design, and offer a new understanding that is immeasurably useful to anyone working within the creative fields today.

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Charles J. Darling
Charles J. Darling
Co. F, 173rd OH. Infantry History Of Labette County, Kansas, and Representative Citizens. Edited by Hon. Nelson Case. Biographical Publishing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1901. CHARLES J. DARLING, a prominent resident of Osage township, Labette county, Kansas, came to this county in 1871, a poor man, and by years of careful saving and industry has laid by a handsome competency, and is now the owner of between 600 and 700 acres of excellent farm land. He was born August 22, 1841, in Jackson county, Ohio, and is a son of James H. Darling. James H. Darling was born in Virginia, as was also his wife, both being of English descent. They were the parents of three daughters and five sons, as follows; P. B. who came to Labette county in 1869, and resides south of the home of Charles J; Tacy E. (Dove), who died in Illinois; Virginia C. (Martin), of Jackson county, Ohio; Charles J.; Malinda S. (Eubanks), of Jackson county, Ohio; Joseph R., who resides west of Cherryvale, in Montgomery county, Kansas; W. L., who lives in Jackson county, Ohio. In 1882, James H. Darling was permitted by his son, Charles J., to come and reside with him in Labette county, and here he died in 1895, at the age of eighty-two years, his wife having died here in 1892. He was a soldier in the Civil war, and served with the 73rd Reg. Ohio Vol. Inf., for two years, when he was discharged because of rheumatism. Charles J. Darling attended the common schools of Ohio, and enlisted from there in Company F, 173rd Reg. Ohio Vol. Inf., in 1864, receiving an honorable discharge at Nashville, Tennessee, in 1865. He then returned to Ohio, and in the fall of 1867 removed to Illinois. He came to Labette county, Kansas, March 31, 1871, and in April of that year purchased his home farm, the southwest quarter of section 31, township 31, range 18. Mr. Adams, the gentleman of whom he purchased, had placed some logs as a foundation, and Mr. Darling erected a log house in the rear of the site of his present house. The first frame house was moved upon the place in 1876, and the crude stable, characteristic of early days, was replaced by good substantial barns. His wife, who was in poor health upon their arrival in this county, died, and was buried on April 22, 1871. Mr. Darling was a very poor man at the time, owning only two teams, and was obliged to borrow money to defray the funeral expenses. He now owns between 600 and 700 acres of land, including the south half of section 36, township 31, range 17; the southwest quarter of section 31, township 31, range 18; 53 acres in section 7, township 32, range 18, for which he traded a span of mules; and 120 acres east of his home place in section 32. He broke hedge rows in spring of 1871, and did all his early plowing. He is now raising two boys and a girl, who are Jonathan Rogers’ children. At all time he has two men employed in work on the farm, and at intervals has many more than this number. Of late years, he has used mules almost exclusively in farm work, and has been engaged in raising mules, having imported a fine Spanish jack. He is engaged in general farming and stock raising, and favors Red Polled Angus cattle and Poland-China hogs. He has an excellent water supply, as Gig Hill Creek runs through two of his farms. Charles J. Darling was first united in marriage in Ohio, with Jane Meeker, who was born in 1836 and died in 1871, leaving three children; James T.; Ruth Jane; and William C. James T., who married Anna Bussert, lives near LaFountaine, Kansas, and has three children, Charles K., Cleo, and Clair. Ruth Jane (Wagner), of Montgomery county, Kansas, has five children; Ray, Daisy, Charles, Lulu, and Maynard. William C. married Nellie Swart, a daughter of J. B. Swart, a well known politician of this county. The second matrimonial alliance of Mr. Darling was with Martha A. Cassill, who was born in Ohio, in 1849, and is a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (St. Clair) Cassill. She is one of 10 children as follows; Mary J. (Newton), of Rich Hill, Missouri; Martha A. Louis of Missouri; Sarah (Aldrich), of Platte county, Kansas; Nancy (Gilbert), of Oklahoma; Josie O. E., who lives in Illinois; George, an artist of Boston, Massachusetts; and two who died in infancy. Mr. and Mrs. Darling have two children; Alonzo A. and Charles J. Jr., both of whom are engaged in the lumber business at Grand Falls, Washington. In politics Mr. Darling is really a Republican, although a bi-metalist. He served as township treasurer for several terms. Fraternally, he is a member of the A. O. U. W., of Cherryvale; the Sons and Daughters of Justice; Modern Woodmen of America; and was formerly a member of the G. A. R., and of the Anti-Horse thief Association. His wife is a member of the Modern Tontines. Religiously, he is a Methodist and assisted in erecting the church, where he worships. His postoffice is Cherryvale, but he is on one of the three free rural delivery mail routes.
Demeter Changing the Weather
Demeter Changing the Weather
Persephone left Olympus again, to return to Hades, and her mother punishes the world with her grief. ~~~~~~~ Just a quicky on mythology, for those who aren't familiar with this myth. The world lived in a perpetual state of spring. Pretty cool. Then Hades, the keeper/king/whatever of the underworld, saw the maiden Persephone butterflying around some field some day and obviously fell in love. Then what happened? What always happened back then: the God kidnapped the kiddo. Her mother Demeter, the goddess of grain and fertility, the preserver of marriage and sacred law, got mad as hell and set off in furious anger after the Mr. you're-so-dead guy who kidnapped her daughter. The fact she didn't have an idea of who had done it wouldn't make a difference for her, but she grew tired of that joke and decided to make everybody suffer too. So she stopped giving all the goodies to the world like crops, sun, flowers, and started to pour hail and snow on everybody. That should teach'em all. But since everything was dying, the other Gods told Demeter to move on, these things can happen to anyone. She got pissed off and yelled: "Silence!!! I KILL you!!", Helios, the sun, got scared and *finally* decided to tell the Goddess what had happened. Everybody gave him a stinky eye, as meaning: "why didn't you tell her before?". But Hades was plotting something to make sure his dear now-wife wouldn't go back to those poshy gods up Olympus and tried to make her eat something. Because if you eat something down the underworld you remain there. Since Persephone was starving after many months without eating anything, it was hard to deny all those four seeds of pomegranade. Persephone was eating it all when Hermes arrived to rescue her and shouted: "Watchoo doing, Woman?!?! I don't believe you're eating his food!! Don't you read about mythology? Don't you know you can't do such? GOSH!!", then he slapped her hands (bistecaaaaa!!! HAHAHAHA!!) and the last seed fell on some hole never to be found again. This meant the following: each seed was a set of 3 months of the year, that would force her to stay with Hades (4 seeds x 3 months = a whole year stuck in that dull place), but since she didn't eat the last one, she got to visit her mother 3 months per year, which made her so happy that the world bloomed again = spring. The following seasons mirrored the mother's mood about the abduction. The End. ~~~~~~~~ So, this is my first HDR, or better saying, my first photo edited on photomatix. Thanks to Fernando and Alexandre, always ;-) It's super saturated, I know, but I liked the golden effect, so I decided to keep it this way. I've edited another photo, a bit different, that I just enhanced the details, thus making its colors closer to real, and the final result is "riveting" hehe. I can't wait to upload it, I'm sure most people will like that. Almost every saturday I go to the Costas' farm, to hang around with them, and I never take a camera with me. This saturday I decided to take one, and go for a walk, to take pictures while the guys were playing soccer. I did so, because Yives said he wanted to see some landscapes photos from me, and I do like to take landscape photos, they are much easier than self portraits, just I usually take such photos when I hit the road... my city doesn't help much with its scapes. This shows that I gotta pay more atention to my surroundings... I've seen this place more times than I can remember and never thought about taking photos there. And I got lucky too, there's rain to be seen by a far. Not many plants change colors in fall here in brazil - this is a soy plantation - it was looking fabulous under the sun, and I had to walk a lot in the middle of it to get to this exact site. At some point the plants were as tall as my ribs. Later on my butt started to itch!! Desperately!! I left the farm at 2 am, so you calculate how long I suffered. I thought I was going to get some allergic reaction, but luckily a bath solved the problem :P ok... unnecessary information hehehe.

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The Really Good Fun Cartoon Book of NLP: A Simple and Graphic(al) Explanation of the Life Toolbox That Is NLP
What good is a toolbox if you can t figure out how to use the tools? This is the question at the heart of Philip Miller s seriously amusing new book in which he deciphers the complex principles and techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) for everyday understanding. A Master Practitioner and Certified Trainer of NLP, Miller knows how effective the tools can be, and so he has created a way for people to understand them more easily and apply them more readily. Imagine being the person you really want to be more engaged in the world and more engaging to it. NLP can help you become that person. The Really Good Fun Cartoon Book of NLP is a really good fun way to discover how. This is an excellent resource for practitioners to pass along to clients.

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