HUG Trvia

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Alan Hampson

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Jun 26, 2021, 1:04:42 PMJun 26
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I was looking at some of the old REMark magazines and came across this bit of trivia. In the first issue they asked what the HUG logo was based on/meant. 

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The answer is in the second issue on page 33. Turns out that it is the side view of an H-8 rotated 5 times. Pretty obvious when you know (which I didn't).

Pretty good design since that remained the (mostly unchanged) logo for every issue of REMark from start to finish. They did eventually drop the black color and sometimes colored the whole logo, but not many other changes.

Glenn Roberts

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Jun 26, 2021, 5:37:11 PMJun 26
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Cool story. I guess the H10 and H11 had similar profiles as well

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On Jun 26, 2021, at 1:04 PM, Alan Hampson <alan.h...@gmail.com> wrote:

I was looking at some of the old REMark magazines and came across this bit of trivia. In the first issue they asked what the HUG logo was based on/meant. 

<Screen Shot 2021-06-26 at 10.55.49 AM.png>


The answer is in the second issue on page 33. Turns out that it is the side view of an H-8 rotated 5 times. Pretty obvious when you know (which I didn't).

Pretty good design since that remained the (mostly unchanged) logo for every issue of REMark from start to finish. They did eventually drop the black color and sometimes colored the whole logo, but not many other changes.

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