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NG Logo Redesign Final - HW


The Final Draft - Got me an A+ in Graphic Arts Class

Back when I was in Graphic Arts Class - Our Assignment was to pick your favorite Logo and Re-Design it.

This is the Final Design

I decided to mail a black&white hard copy to Tom Fulp - it enticed him to "discretely" show it in the Newgrounds Store.

But...don't expect that Tom will change his logo...cuz I love the Tank too much <3

Design Copyright: JakBaronKing
Newgrounds Copyright:Tom Fulp

(OMG - I NEVER posted this art piece in public before...I feel so Gitty)


DISCLAIMER - This artwork has been stolen or edited over several times.

Please know that mine is the original artwork that inspired.

Update: Tom Fulp carves it on his bookshelf.
http://jakbaronking.newgr ounds.com/news/post/52194 1

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It haves the best of all eras. Banger

Awesome art bro

I had no idea this logo was user-made. Still looks as sleek and current now as it did almost ten years ago, bravo.

Wish we'd had an assignment like that in our classes. :) Might not have topped this, but the NG logo feels like such a fun one to work with compared to others. Anyway, as for the design: love the edge and transitional typography, really cool how what once you start to look at closely really seems more like just shapes can so clearly resemble letters, and the color's flashy and clear, with the somber background gray of the last design. Do wonder if it'd look better with a more subtle gradient, but otherwise: awesome work. Seen it used plenty around the site over the years. :)


Looks like this logo is being used in the NG chat. Congrats! Also it's a pretty nice logo.

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4.86 / 5.00

Jun 19, 2009
5:04 AM EDT
File Info
750 x 685 px
122.1 KB

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