I personally think that is a pretty amateur logo for the highest office of government within a country. The original is more 'stately' in my opinion.
Also, who designs a logo in portrait mode
for context, is this logo just for his presidency or for all administrations going forward? if it's the latter, pretty wild that he put himself in the middle.
Along with the swearing in, the Office of the President introduced a new logo for the Mexican Government.
yes, i can read thanks. my question is to clarify if this rebranding happens routinely.
That is not what you asked though.
for context, is this logo just for his presidency or for all administrations going forward?
Pls can you write out whole words.
Pls can you explain yourself.
Gotcha. Reported you as spam.
oh d d dear
Ryan, who always has to be the Internet tough guy, reported for abuse.
LOLOL me? Sure go ahead and directly quote where ANY sort of abuse was.
You must be talking about your post history. Everyone is well aware of how triggered you are on this site.
How is that abuse Kenm?
You could certainly argue it's abuse of spam reporting, but who cares. Jesus this whole thread is rough. Quit while you're only a few miles behind.
how DARE you
Hey Jim, the people illustrated are Mexican historical figures, and the guy in the center is a famous Mexican president called Benito Juarez (served around 1858), he's on the $20 peso bills :P
Looks like every administration since 1988 has had their own logo or design language. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logotipo_del_Gobierno_de_México
thanks! my mistake, totally thought that was AMLO in the middle.