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The Bishop of London

Noted May. 9, 2013 by Armin

Industry / Religion Tags /

Bishop of London Logo, Before and After

About: (Est. fourth century or so) “The Bishop of London is the ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of London in the Province of Canterbury.”

Design by: Paperjam.

Ed.’s Notes: I wish the typography were something much better than Copperplate and Zapfino because the coat of arms is excellent. Bigger views of the logo and crest and the Bishop’s own business card below (or after the jump).

Relevant links: Paperjam case study.

Select quote: “From this advice Paperjam decided to recreate a historical crest using a modern illustrative style that brings the crest up to date but at the same time reflects the heritage and authoritative qualities. Paperjam employed a professional illustrator, Marcelo Oliveira, from Portugal to help create a coat of arms that contained Amor Vincit Omnia “Love Conquers All”. At request from Richard John Carew Chartres himself.”

Bishop of London

Bishop of London

Bishop of London

 

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