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  1. Tess Chancellor
    Jun 27, 2012 @ 03:01:13

    This is a really good post. thanks for sharing your thought. Good luck to all the entries.


  2. Jyppe A. Quidores
    Jun 27, 2012 @ 07:37:16

    Thank you for this very flattering post, Ross. I already feel like a winner by this article, though we don’t know yet which entry will win because we still have three (3) days to go. ^_^

    I love this point:

    “…has stayed away from the usual blue, red and yellow flag colors and symbols commonly used to depict nationalism or being a Filipino. The said images are way too overrated, overused and abused already that seeing them in most Filipino-themed logos makes them all look one and the same already.”

    This is what I forgot to mention on my explanation.

    Good luck to us. ^_^


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