Yiddish Book Center's Logo, Before and After

Established in 1980, the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, MA is dedicated to the preservation of historical books in the Yiddish language and has recovered over one million volumes to date. A new logo, introduced in March, features a goat. Why? Learn here. The big word in Hebrew over the goat is “Yiddish”. The logo was designed by Redding, CT-based Alexander Isley Inc..

Thanks to Eve for the tip.

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Noted April 13, 201204.13.12 by Armin

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