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Epitaph for a logo: A book gives way to a sword

I feel I must write an epitaph for a pro bono logo I designed in 1992. On Friday, the Office of the Arizona Attorney General announced the rollout of a new seal. I’m quite certain no one at the office remembers when or who designed it, citing “many years” since a “significant update,” but it was me.

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