A Logo, a Disqualification

“VisualMente today reports on a Dallas Morning News graphic about a NASCAR hauler that was on the verge of winning a silver award at the SND competition wh

“VisualMente today reports on a Dallas Morning News graphic about a NASCAR hauler that was on the verge of winning a silver award at the SND competition when one of the judges noticed that incorporated into the graphic was the logo of NewTek, a company that makes the 3-D program Lightwave. The entry was disqualified. Judges say they thought it crossed an ethical line, and Morning News staffers say they were just trying to add logos to give the illustration a sense of the reality of a heavily sponsor-driven sport.” (More at VisualMente and Visual Editors.)


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE