Friday, October 2, 2009

AAB Logo: The Story Behind It

The AAB logo has evolved over the years. But according to watercolorist Edbon Sevilleno, the original logo was designed by the late famous cartoonist Ely Santiago.

It starts with a brush tip and extends upwards forming a wavy cursive writing of AAB in one stroke.

However, as there were no digital copies in the old days, the AAB logo that we usually see to day is a product of years and years of manual copy+paste and endless photocopies of several versions of the AAB logo from blurred photocopies.

Thus Edbon being also a digital graphic artist came up with a re-mastered AAB logo which is closest to the intentions of the old guards of the Art Association of Bacolod.

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