Back before the turn of the century, I designed this logo intended for an online customized audio service – sorta like what Launch was before Yahoo bought it.
If you have a podcast company and need a logo, this one’s available to the highest bidder. You’ll get the logo, the color specs, and any applications I can dig up (business card, banner ads, etc).
If you’re looking to start a podcast company, drop me a line after reading the following:
- How to Build a Business from Podcasting
- Podcasting is Closer to Voicemail than Radio
- The Economics of Podcasting
Update 26 April 2007:
Looks who’s already taken me up on the offer 😉
6 thoughts on “Need a Logo For Your Podcast Company?”
Ha! I remember when you were developing that! What were O’Keefe’s thoughts on it? Do you remember? Wow, what a trip down memory lane. It really has aged well, to tell you the truth.
Actually, it has aged well except for the use of Eurostile. Using Eurostile for “tech” applications ranks right up there with using Industria. Blechh…
Back then it was fresh, though.
Couldn’t resist the critique 🙂
Or at least re-fresh. 🙂 – I remember graphic designers that lived through Eurostile’s initial popularity also felt it was a Blechhhy choice.
At the time, I felt Eurostiles clean lines were a nice contrast to the type-deconstructionism (a la David Carson) so trendy in the music world.
Since it was you, Garrick, I knew that any font choice you made was a thoughtful one. What’s unfortunate is that others have mis-used Eurostile so much that even though your decision to use it was a sound one, seeing it in any recent application elicits somewhat of a gag reflex 😉
Eurostile is not alone. There are so many perfectly nice fonts that have that “taboo” factor because of mis-use and mistreatment.
Ahh, the world of traditional graphic design, where total dorks can talk for hours about the most mundane things…
Any takers yet?
Nobody yet. Harold. 🙂
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