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Based on my "w" from FS Collbaoration, which in turn was based from the old VH-1 logo (see here). I widened the letters a bit to make it more readable.

5 Comments

These white blocks looks like paperclips, tape or something... Instant Top Pick for sure. 10/10. Really good as logotype font, wich may be used on remake of the original logo.
Comment by Neoqueto 9th april 2010
There was already an entire font based on VH-1 logo. If I find the reference, I tell you
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 9th april 2010
But the design was not mainly octogonal like yours, the letters were more "normal" so yours is completely different and works very much in big size
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 9th april 2010
@Neurone Error: Perhaps the font you were referring to was "Video Star" by Iconian Fonts, (C) 1999?
Comment by Goatmeal 11th april 2010
@Goatmeal : Exactly !, this was Video Star, I even used it in the past but I could not remember.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th april 2010

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