I love the logo and the explanation (the HeForShe logo mark represents this solidarity movement by joining together aspects of both the female and male symbols). The logo in application on collateral and swag looks great
Venus; nude standing with her left foot on a shell; in her right hand an arrow and flowers; cupid standing next to her; a landscape in the background; plate number 5. from a set of seven numbered plates and a titlepage; ovals in rectangels; in the corners the signs of the zodiac and related symbols; above the names of the planets. 1589 Engraving with etching
CW's The Flash logo<< Right, so the other day I wanted to sing the Flash theme song, so started: 'FLASH...' Then couldn't remember the rest of the words... Consequently I spent the next half an hour randomly yelling FLASH then giggling hysterically to myself...
Venus from The Seven Planets. In profile to right; holding a large arrow and a burning heart; a pair of scales and a bull representing Libra and Taurus on the ground; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods as whole-length figures standing in landscapes with symbols of their respective signs of the Zodiac. 1528 Engraving Print made by: Monogrammist IB School/style: German Date: 1528 Materials: paper Technique: engraving British Museum number: 1837,0616.175
I get a lot of questions about how I take my lecture notes, and so I thought a quick post might be helpful! I’ve said many a time that I don’t do anything too complex with my notes, nor do a re-write...
A ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET FINGER RING CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. The plain hollow hoop flat on the interior, rounded on the exterior, with an oval bezel set with a flat garnet, engraved with Apollo, depicted nude, his right arm raised holding a bow, reaching for an arrow from his quiver with his left, raised up on his toes, his right leg behind and slightly bent, a wreath in his hair, on a short groundline
Named after the great love of Poseidon himself, the "Gaia" Pearl and Diamond Ring personifies the inner goddess of all women. Gaia's name is used to represent female creativity and strength and is symbolic of the connection between land and sea.