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China Airlines (smaller type)

I'm no expert on the prehistory of China Airlines. So I don't know if this bag predates the much prettier bonsai bags also emanating from this airline, or whether it represents a reversion to more primitive graphics.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen (2005)

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China Airlines (large type)

After a marathon series of focus group studies and video surveys of passengers' reading habits in Fist, Business and Cattle classes, executives came to the conclusion that the China Airlines name was not receiving enough passenger eyeball time. So they've set it in bigger type.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen (2005)

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China Airlines (30 years)

Celebrating 30 glorious years of pioneering aviation with 30 cherry blossoms blowing in the wind.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen (2005)

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China Airlines (flowers)

One of the prettiest bags in the sky. Gaze at this design, and you'll forget all about turbulence and nausea. Just try to forget that the flowers are printed upside down.

Thanks to Bedford McIntosh. (2001)

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China Airlines (right-way-up flowers)

Looks as if the China Airlines graphic design team has realized that bonsai grow best when planted with the roots downwards.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen (2005)

 

 

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