Wednesday, December 13

History of The Logo of The Art Association of Bacolod

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Art Association of Bacolod original member Edbon Sevilleno disclosed that the first AAB logo was designed by Oscar Moises, who is also a talented musician of a band hailing from Isabela town, Negros Occidental.

The Art Association of Bacolod begins with a brush tip and extends upwards forming a wavy cursive writing of the AAB acronym in one graceful stroke.

However, considering the fact that there were no digital copies in the days of old, the AAB logo that is usually seen today (before this remastered and digitized version) had been a product of years and years of manual copy+paste and endless photocopies of several versions of the old Art Association of Bacolod logo from blurred photocopies, thus the resulting fuzzy image.

Edbon Sevilleno, being himself also a digital graphic artist came up with a remastered AAB logo which is closest to the intentions of the old guards of the Art Association of Bacolod as he had seen it before.

The new logo of the Art Association of Bacolod or now the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros is the adaptation from the original logo, using vector technology to preserve its image for good.

Now the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros under the leadership of Nunelucio Alvarado has a new logo, in its trademark red and black colors and still retaining the familiar cursive created by the original artist, Oscar Moises.

Member artists of this art group in Bacolod City, as well as the whole island of Negros can proudly distinguish themselves with this exclusive trademark – that of the Art Association of Bacolod-Negros.

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