The New York Times brings up something that’s been bugging me for weeks, that Bush’s bumper stickers are better designed than Kerry’s. Unlike me, they can point out the exact reasons why that’s the case. What’s particularly troubling is that the rumor is that Kerry had a major role in the design of his campaign logo. I can’t imagine that President Bush had one thing to say about what his bumper sticker looked like, and he’s certainly much better off for it. John Kerry has better things to do than pick out the font for his campaign logo, he should have left that to the experts. One thing the NY Times graphic doesn’t mention is the color selection. Bush is much better off there as well.
Update: Cameron Barrett posts about his logo-related work at the Clark ’04 campaign. The Clark logo that Cam used is a heck of a lot better than the Kerry/Edwards logo.