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Jun
10

FIFA World Cup identities History


Original link: http://bit.ly/8XrpMr

Thank you Rami 🙂

This is a great historical design recollection of the FIFA World Cup series identities starting 1939.

You can clearly discern the influence of the digital age on the design evolution. Good or bad? You tell me.
Personally, I am a big fan of old-school design. I believe the challenge behind the lack of digital tools pushed designers to the limit.

There are much more on the original page. Check it out!

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