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Apple Logo Deconstructed on Flickr

A beautiful photograph of part of the Apple logo showing portions of it's construction, apparently not just a pretty curved apple. This photograph taken from Apple's corporate identity guide, 1989. Designers: Rob Janoff, Rob Gemmell, Rob Price, Tim Brennan y Jill Savini.

Now I want more of these photographs please.

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