On 03/24/2014 09:29 PM, Prima Yogi Loviniltra wrote:
Oh I just realize, a glimpse of Tiananmen and Forbidden City almost
If without the stairs.
How about this , I'm using Tiananmen.
On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 8:30 PM, Suchakra <suchakra(a)gmail.com
> I might be to pedantic, but I think  is not Forbidden City (the
> of arch), nor Tiananmen (the board). Also I think it might lead to
> confusion. Personally I prefer the one with Temple of Heaven.
Hmmm...I think its like a mix of Tiananmen and Forbidden city. Observe
the arches. Of course to me, the architecture of Tiananmen, Forbidden
city gate and Meridian Gate looks quite similar to me. But I have
never been there to know how it really is. We can make some
modifications and you suggest.
The architecture seems similar to me, even though I have been there
several times. I need to check the photo and compare to tell the exact
differences. I think this situation might cause confusions. Besides
Tiananmen is still of political meanings today (The national emblem is
there, and many activities are on national day.), which I want to avoid
in the logo. In additional, the word Forbidden does not rhyme with
On the other hand, I think Temple of Heaven is quite suitable for logo
design. It can stand out as a symbol of Beijing, China. It no longer has
political meaning. And it was in fact in the logo of ICANN 46 .
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