THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

8 June ~ Many, recalling last week's impossibly dull acronym masquerading as a crest, will curl the lip at this example also, but there is more going on here than just a few letters on a plain background. Grazer AK's badge hails back to the first, heady days of Modernism, when faithful representation was eschewed for the dramatic abstract. The old establishment was challenged by men and women who believed that drawing a nice horse or gentleman on a chair is not the only way to lay bare the artistic soul. Read more

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