Generationally generic. Nothing wrong with that, but if it's up to a vote these things are to be expected. Like how for years the logos for DFW and San Fran Airports looked so similar. It's not that they were designed by the same firm ( they were,) but that two groups of people, separated by half a continent, voted for the same basic designs in the same relative time period. I would have preferred # 4 for a more direct representation of Riverside, but truthfully, no harm, no foul. And # 2 could have represented area traffic patterns.
Speaking of which, I traveled last week for the first time in a while. What's up with the new DFW Airport branding? It's like they wanted the new logo/coloring to be as different from the old look as possible. Not a fan of the orange.
How did this thread turn into a discussion about the new DFW logo?
This is how.
Uh,,,sorry about that,,,kinda got lost in the flow of conversation. WHEN it happens again ( I'm kinda non-linear.) any help to kick me back on track will be appreciated.