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OCO Glasses

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Oct 28th, 2016. Artwork published in .
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    What does OCO (pronounced “Oh Co”) stand for? Nothing. We just chose the word because it looks a bit like two eyes and a nose, and it’s similar to the word for “eye” in many European languages. What more could we ask for? —OCO

    Harbour’s lower case o and c characters make a distinctive logo for OCO Glasses. For the shop signage the logo is an acid-treated metal, raised from the shopfront.

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    Source: https://www.facebook.com OCO. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    2 Comments on “OCO Glasses”

    1. Simon Palmer says:
      Oct 28th, 2016  9:51 am

      I can see two myopic/squinty eyes, but I’m struggling with the nose.

    2. Oct 28th, 2016  4:02 pm

      @Simon It’s sort of an upturned nose.

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