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Re: AKA LOGO
That's quite right. However, that drawing is B&W only. When we established the AKA web site I created a logo based on Neil's creation, but I colorized it. To do that I drew the ellipse and lettering, then I pasted an image of a Blue Gularis to it. The latter had the background removed, but was taken from the photograph scanned for me by Lee Harper. See the earlier posts.
At 05:26 PM 3/16/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>Re: AKA logo
>I believe that if someone checks the AKA archives they
>Will find that the AKA logo drawing was orignally
>designed and created by Dr. Neal Foster of Ann Arbor
>MI. Neal is a Life Member of the AKA and in the early
>1960's designed the logo, and I might add a fine
>gentleman. I feel very fortunate to have such killie
>experts here in MI.
>Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 12:47:42 -0500
>From: Barry Cooper <bjc3 at cornell_edu>
>Subject: Re: AKA Convention Tee Shirts
>In answer to the question about whose fish/photo it
>is, I think the image on
>the shirts was derived from the image that is used in
>the AKA logo online. If
>so, that is an old, old photo and to my knowledge its
>origins are unknown. If
>I remember correctly, Lee Harper scanned the
>photograph from one of the old
>indexes. We used that because the AKA owned the
>copyright. Lee, is that right?
>Do you have information on whose photograph it was? I
>edited the original in
>Photoshop to remove the background, inorder to put the
>fish in the logo. I
>think, but I'm not certain, that Susan started with
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