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New Logo for Oxford Dictionaries
 

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Noted Jan. 28, 2014 by Armin

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(Est. 1478) “Oxford Dictionaries are trusted around the globe as the definitive source on language and the first point of reference. This authority is based on meticulous research into the living language and draws on the largest language research programme in the world. Oxford University Press is proud to publish the definitive record of the English language, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).”

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The old logo was mostly a non-logo, just a typesetting seemingly carried out from the cover of the dictionary product. The new logo, while bright and colorful, is fairly dull. Well done, but dull. I do appreciate that it's an "O D" monogram. Comparisons to Beats by Dre in 3, 2, 1…

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