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A interesting investigative experiment conducted by Mat Dolphin, and posted on Creative Review, after finding out about a company doing logo design for $42. As far as experiments this is pretty thorough with a good analysis of the results.

The conclusion? You get what you pay for,  and that will usually mean cliches aplenty.

I'm not worried and neither should you be.

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