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The Best and Worst Logos From PH Government Offices
A Twitter user shows his hilarious concern for local design.
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Concerned Twitter user @keiakamatsu has taken it upon himself to analyze local government logos and judge them based on design merit. In a Twitter exchange with Esquire, the Internet noisemaker, who proudly proclaims that he's been banned by Teddy Boy Locsin, Sofia Andres, and Enchong Dee, describes himself as "liberté, égalité, Jollibée." 

"Actually, I didn't get a formal training [in design], but I've had some experience as a publicity officer back in my undergrad days. I also just self-studied online and got ideas from graphic designer, architect and artist friends," he explains. While he didn't study design officially, we have to say that his comments are pretty valid—not to mention hilarious.

Take a look for yourself. We picked the 15 from the best and the worst.

BEST LOGOS, ACCORDING TO @KEIAKAMATSU
















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WORST LOGOS, ACCORDING TO @KEIAKAMATSU 
















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