Copyleft Logo (Hebrew)

September 1, 2007 at 7:57 am | Posted in art | Leave a comment

I have created a new Copyleft Logo by using the Hebrew Language. In Hebrew Language, the English alphabets C and G are represented by one letter named Gimel . you can find a lot about these language and many others and their alphabets at World’s biggest Encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

 

So I reversed the Gimel, just like reversed C in Copyleft logo 🙂 and here is what I designed then:

Copyleft_Hebrew - white Copyleft_Hebrew - transparent Copyleft_Hebrew - patters-plywood-LIGHT Copyleft_Hebrew - patters-plywood-BLUE

Copyleft_Hebrew -  3 colors Copyleft_Hebrew - green-on-blue-pattern Copyleft_Hebrew - green-on-blue-pattern-STONES

I will publish more logos created in several different languages 🙂



Copyright © 2007, Arnuld
Uttre, #331/type-2/sector-1,
Naya Nangal, Distt. – Ropar, Punjab (INDIA)

any work on this page falls under one of these 2 categories: either “text” or “art”.

for “text work”, Verbatim copying and distribution are permitted worldwide, without royalty, in any medium, provided this notice, and the copyright notice, are preserved.

“art work”, falls under Free Art License. read this:

Copyleft: this work of art is free, you can redistribute it and/or modify it according to terms of the Free Art license. You will find a specimen of this license on the site Copyleft Attitude http://artlibre.org as well as on other sites.

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