The classic lion trademark was created in 1916 for the Goldwyn Pictures Corporation by ad executive Howard Dietz.
The design was adopted as a global identifier of the Government of Canada in 1980.
Phil Clements and the creation of the Champions League logo.
Many of the vintage badges are accompanied by a logo history.
A new hardback that gives an intriguing insight into 29 classic marks.
Applications to apply for trademark registration opened on January 1, 1876.
Original exterior office building signs will be auctioned in New York next month.
Adopted in 1984, the symbol indicates the locations of more than 400 historic sites.
The mark is said to be an arrangement of two family crests.
“Essentially the vintage edition of Hyland & Bateman’s Symbol.”
The first comprehensive monograph of the work of FHK Henrion.
Few insignia are as potent as that bold-lettered K-I-double-lightning-bolts.
Superman’s symbol has become recognisable all over the world.
The Bell System redesign was the largest corporate re-identity program in the U.S.
Édouard said to André, “Look, with arms it would make a man.”
The sign was built in 1923 as “HOLLYWOODLAND” as a promotion to sell real estate.
A brilliant ad campaign for Penguin, evolving the logo for different book categories.
“Apple logo may become illegal in Russia, called to be replaced by a cross.”
A collection of lost design icons, consigned to the logo graveyard.