Target’s Project 62 logo design has modern look, historic roots
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- Target draws its roots to a company called “Goodfellow Dry Goods” (whose named is used in its owned brand of men’s clothing) but dropped the name in 1962.
- For a logo design, Project 62 uses a custom draw “6” and “2” that blend together.
- The word “project” appears rotated 90-degrees on the left side.