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New look!

Thanks to Dariela Cruz Viva la Feminista has a new logo!

Or should I say a real logo. I had been using someone's art work - with permission of course! - for many years. So when I asked Dariela to create a logo for this blog, I asked her to take inspiration from Atmara Rebecca Cloe's art.

And it's all in time for Blogalicious! Woo!

Thanks so much Dariela. You were great to work with. You had so much patience dealing with an uberbusy & indecisive chica like me.

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Unknown said…
Veronica, thanks so much for this! I didn't notice it before!! It was very nice to work with you!

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