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==Free Cultural Logo==
 
==Free Cultural Logo==
The logo has been created by Marc Falzon in 2006.
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[[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft.svg|Free Cultural Works logo draft]]
==Attempt to recreate the logo==
 
  
 
I tried to recreate the official logo with a clean SVG code, with integers for the path definition and scales, I tried to preserve the gradients and colors.
 
I tried to recreate the official logo with a clean SVG code, with integers for the path definition and scales, I tried to preserve the gradients and colors.
[[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft.svg|Free Cultural Works logo draft]]
 
  
==Logo with a different center==
 
 
This one I like even better
 
This one I like even better
  
 
[[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft new center.svg|Free Cultural Works logo draft new center]]
 
[[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft new center.svg|Free Cultural Works logo draft new center]]
==Comparison==
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There are some differences, the green is off (original on the left)
 
There are some differences, the green is off (original on the left)
  
 
[[File:Definition of Free Cultural Works logo notext.svg|200px]][[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft.svg|200px]]
 
[[File:Definition of Free Cultural Works logo notext.svg|200px]][[File:Free Cultural Works logo draft.svg|200px]]
==SVG Source Code==
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===Code of the original logo===
 
 
Check out the code of the original:
 
Check out the code of the original:
 
<pre><g
 
<pre><g
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and so on, do you know what's going on in there? I don't.
 
and so on, do you know what's going on in there? I don't.
===Code of the recreated logo===
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Here is my code (left out the gradients)
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Here my code (left out the gradients)
  
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
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   r="54" fill="url(#lila)"/>
 
   r="54" fill="url(#lila)"/>
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
 
Note that this is the code for all the shapes, whereas the code above shows only a part.
 

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