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Is this on par with the Holy Cross, Star of David, Swastika and other popular symbols
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lol no
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>>431863
its not even on par with the badging on a 1981 Plymouth Reliant grille
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>>431864
>>431866
COME ON IT LOOKS GOOD I JUST DREW IT LIKE A CHILD BUT THE SHAPE ITSELF ISN'T BAD
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>>431868
nope
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>>431866
based post
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>>431885
Thanks, but to be fair the Mopar "pentastar" logo is one of the all time higher tier examples of logo design that hits every quality/success metric in spades. Part of why it does that is that it keys into the sort of natural geometry that comes from messing with a compass bisecting circles and creates shapes like the star of david and other favored in "sacred" symbology...but it does so without actually creating a full pentagon or a five pointed star, both are only suggested in the negative space created by five triangles.
In so doing it avoids many of the loaded connotations of the more formal and geometrically "correct" star on the OPs image.
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>>431863
There’s too much going on. The examples you listed were simple and pleasing to the eye, unlike this one.
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>>431863
If you want to create a striking symbol then it should be easy to draw without having to look at an example of it, which also means it will be immediately recognizable by anyone familiar with it. The more simple and reduced, the better. Besides, you're completely missing the point: the symbols you listed are "popular" because of the things done in their name. It's down to the historical impact.



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