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    WB logo

    Did WBG change his logo? I don't remember an indian head.
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    What did it used to be?

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    a diamond with something in it. i forget what

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    i have 2, the mountain/indian head logo has been on the website for as long as the new site has been up. the diamond logo is the one on the logo patches on the actual gear though. i liked them both, so i decided to just have 2

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    The warbonnet is a great logo. Among Indian peoples the warbonnet was a cherished, finely crafted piece, it signified bravery and to have one in your possession was an honor. The warbonnet also has great symmetry, not unlike the Blackbird. My suggestion would be to show the warbonnet in your logo from the front, to show off the symmetry, that is how it was designed to be viewed. Some of the beauty is lost in profile, IMHO. ...but whatever..
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