Logo of Picture Frame Company

[Logo Image]

This is a very unusual logo. It is from a cover dated in the 1870's, which makes it a rather early example of an advertising cover.

The company, which sells picture frames and mirrors, used its address as the logo. If you snake through all of the image, you get quite a lot of information. This is more interesting than a simple picture with lines and lines of text, as is typical of many advertising covers and logos.

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Based on Code by Louis Lazaris. See article and original inspiration.


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