The Swedish IT specialist, Richard Gatarski and his friends have visited a small restaurant in the city of Norrköping, and they noticed how the headwaiter uses a computer system of tables’ reservation. He marks on the screen the occupied tables using the felt-tip pen.
Continuing the subject, I have decided to make my own version:
Let us make the background filling:
First create a new layer on a gray background, the mixing mode is screen.
Logos are not always what they seem. Some of these logos can hold a lot of information about the brand, all you have to do is look at the clues. Here are selected 23 great logos that have some kind of hidden message. Probably, you have seen some of these hidden messages before. In addition, there will be shown some new ones as well.
Big Ten is an academic union which was founded in the year 1896. Until 1990, this union consisted of 10 universities, but in June 1990 Pennsylvania State University was added. They did not want to change their name, so they added the number 11 to the logo.
At first glance, This logo doesn’t seem to hide much at first sight, but it gives you a little insight in the philosophy behind the brand. First of all, the yellow swoosh looks like a smile: Amazon.com want to have the best customer satisfaction. The arrow sign also connects the letters A and Z, meaning that this store has everything from A to Z.
New York artist Jonathan Brand intended the unthinkable: he decided to combine two his hobbies, such as work with paper and fussing with the "classic" cars like the Ford Mustang of 1969 year of model.
More precisely, he decided to make the Ford Mustang of 1969 entirely from the paper including the engine frame, each individual detail of the engine, wheels, doors, seats and other parts of the car.