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    Who Did Xerox Copy? Everyone, It Seems

    posted @ 1/07/2008 02:33:00 PM by evermore
    One of the big announcements from CES today was that Xerox was going to do a wholesale overhaul of its branding effort -- and that includes changing its venerable logo. In addition to changing the typeface of the logo from all caps to lower case, Xerox is adding a graphical logo (seen here). But it looks mighty familiar doesn't it?

    That's because it is too familiar. Just look at the Xbox 360 logo shown here. Other than color and angle differences, it would be difficult to tell it from the new Xerox logo, now wouldn't it?

    But the copying doesn't end there. It seems that the Xbox 360 logo is, itself, a copy -- a copy of the Phillips screw.

    Of course, it's not surprising to see Xerox borrow the design for its new logo. Xerox is, after all, a copier company.

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