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==Future Worlds Center Logo==
  
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[[File:FWC_logoHIGH.jpg|left|thumb|upright=1|alt=Logo.|Our Logo inspired by Indian hoop dancing]]
  
==Future Worlds Center Logo==
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The static version of [[Future Worlds Center Logo]] consists of a four multi-centered, overlapping and interconnected circles. It was designed by an [[Jenine Alexander]] who was an [[Intern]] in 2003.
[[File:FWC_logoHIGH.jpg]]left|thumb|upright=1|alt=Logo.|Our Logo inspired by Indian hoop dancing]]
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To download it, click on the logo.
  
The static version of [[Future Worlds Center Logo]] consists of a four multi-centered, overlapping and interconnected circles. It was designed by an [[Jenine Alexander]] who was an [[Intern]] in 2003.
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To read more about the logo go to  [[Future Worlds Center Logo]].
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==Future Worlds Center Animated Logo==
 
==Future Worlds Center Animated Logo==

Latest revision as of 11:24, 15 December 2011

Logo.
Our Logo inspired by Indian hoop dancing

The static version of Future Worlds Center Logo consists of a four multi-centered, overlapping and interconnected circles. It was designed by an Jenine Alexander who was an Intern in 2003.

To download it, click on the logo.

To read more about the logo go to Future Worlds Center Logo.





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The animation reveals that the circles are not isolated, but they convey a dynamic and interlinked system that can take different forms, like the form of a human, a bee, a butterfly, a duck, a fish or a heart.