Christian Thaeter | 1 Jun 01:08 2009

Re: The Logo

Peter Hollidge wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> I've been watching the logo "discussion" since the beginning and have a
> comment.
> 
>  Is this the right logo for the image we wish to convey. It is more than
> likely that 99.9% of Lumiera users will never use film with a sprocket
> hole in it, yet current designs  seem, to me,  to give film a leading
> role in the image of Lumiera.
> 
> These comments are not meant to take away from the wonderful designs
> that have been made available for all of us to view.
> 
> I just wonder if we shouldn't have a logo that more represents the leap
> in NLE that this project represents.

The name 'Lumiera' itself comes from the Lumiere brothers, the cinema
pioneers. I like the idea that we carry some heritage over to the next
technology. At least in the name and in the logo, while I would really
dislike if the UI is going to reflect only legacy workflows, we are
certainly trying to make the best use of the possiblities one can get
with computer.

	Christian
Jacob Christ | 1 Jun 02:50 2009

Re: The Logo

Prior to the movable type printing press, there were only letters and 
capital letters.  With its advent two cases were used to store all the 
type.  The upper case stored the capital letters and all others were 
stored in the lowercase.  The terminology still exists today and 
everyone understands what is meant by the use of the words even without 
knowing there origins.

This is neither an argument for or against, just an observation related. 

Personally, I like the lifted frame, again neither an argument for or 
against.

Jacob

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Peter Hollidge wrote:
>   
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I've been watching the logo "discussion" since the beginning and have a
>> comment.
>>
>>  Is this the right logo for the image we wish to convey. It is more than
>> likely that 99.9% of Lumiera users will never use film with a sprocket
>> hole in it, yet current designs  seem, to me,  to give film a leading
>> role in the image of Lumiera.
>>
>> These comments are not meant to take away from the wonderful designs
>> that have been made available for all of us to view.
>>
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Christian Thaeter | 1 Jun 09:38 2009

Re: Logo progress

Thorsten Wilms wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>> the attachment. 
> 
> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
> can actually be printed ;)
> 
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
> 
> 
my try on this:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD

slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
 fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

	Christian
Christian Thaeter | 1 Jun 09:47 2009

Re: Logo progress

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment. 
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
> 
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
> 
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

 	Christian
Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:03 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:07 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:09 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:12 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:13 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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Sean Philip Burns | 1 Jun 10:08 2009
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Re: Logo progress

I think the first one looks ready to go. I would sign my seal of approval if i were in any position of authority. lol.

Sean

My mission to spread the word continues......

--- On Mon, 6/1/09, Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org> wrote:

From: Christian Thaeter <ct-dtRWZPArUE0dnm+yROfE0A@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: [Lumiera] Logo progress
To: "General Discussion about Lumiera" <lumiera-aLEFhgZF4x639dL7tAm8iNi2O/JbrIOy@public.gmane.org>
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009, 2:47 AM

Christian Thaeter wrote:
> Thorsten Wilms wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 01:28 -0700, Sean Philip Burns wrote:
>>> This is coming along nicely, but I must say that I am partial to the
>>> shadow of the film logo tapering off to a fine point like the logo on
>>> the credits page of the main site. i've also enclosed the picture as
>>> the attachment.
>> Well, maybe we can have one such version for screen use and another that
>> can actually be printed ;)
>>
>> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=thorwil.svg;hb=2895ffd775d051b6ddf8bfe3db34efbd30b3262f
>>
>>
> my try on this:
>
> http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh.svg;hb=HEAD
>
> slight rounded notches, and thinner but noticeable lines, works for both
> print and screen. Notice that the notch radi are bit odd these should be
>  fixed, thats rather my inability with inkscape.

Inverse color:

http://www.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera-artwork;a=blob_plain;f=cehteh_inv.svg;hb=HEAD

Is it me, or does that look little odd?

    Christian
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