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New Logo for Vanity Fair by Commercial Type
 

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Noted Nov. 27, 2013 by Armin

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About

(Est. 1914) “Vanity Fair became a bellwether of the Jazz Age under the editorial direction of Frank Crowninshield in 1914. It folded in 1936, but was resurrected in 1983, hardly missing a beat. Helmed by Tina Brown until 1992, and currently edited by Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair publishes a steady stream of hard-hitting stories, colorful narratives, and eye-popping exposés that routinely become part of the national discussion.”

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Commercial Type (New York, NY)

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Vanity Fair tweet/announcement
Commercial Type project page

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New Logo for Vanity Fair by Commercial Type
Logo detail.
New Logo for Vanity Fair by Commercial Type
Comparison of before and after magazine covers.
Opinion

I always found the old logo to be too casual or too Cosmo. This seems much better fitted to this magazine.

Thanks to Gravitart Ocalan for the tip.

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