Logo Design Love

For graphic designers and all who love logos.

An interview with Paul Rand

Paul Rand

Paul Rand talks about his iconic logos for IBM, UPS, ABC, Westinghouse and more.

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Woolmark logo

Woolmark logo design

The Woolmark logo, designed by Italian graphic artist Francesco Saroglia, was launched in 1964 in Britain, the US, Japan, Germany, Holland and Belgium.

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10 timeless logo designs

CBS logo design

Regular visitors and subscribers will have probably seen the recent showcase 30+ Logo Design Love reader favourites. Some fantastic designs, no doubt.

Here I’ve shown 10 of your favourites that I consider timeless logos.

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30+ Logo Design Love reader favourites

Mother and Child logo design

A few weeks back I asked you what your favourite logo design was. Here follows an interesting collection, including a few of what I believe to be the world’s best logos (best is a very subjective term, which I often steer clear of). The quotes below each logo are from the reader who voted for the respective design. Enjoy.

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V&A buys original Rolling Stones logo

Rolling Stones logo design
Image copyright: Max Nash / AFP

The V&A Museum has paid slightly over £50,000 at auction for the original drawings of the Rolling Stones logo, devised by British designer John Pasche in 1970, it announced last night.

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Bayer logo design

Bayer logo

Bayer’s corporate logo, the Bayer cross, was introduced back in 1904.

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Red Cross logo

red cross flag

The emblem of a red cross with arms of equal length on a white background is the visible sign of protection under the 1949 Geneva Conventions. As such, it is the emblem of the armed forces’ medical services.

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Amnesty International logo design

Amnesty International website design

In 1963, Peter Benenson, founder of Amnesty International, wrote to a local member and artist to say that her design, a candle in barbed wire, had been chosen for Amnesty’s first ever Christmas card because of “its simplicity and the effectiveness of its symbolism”.

Discover who the logo designer was in this classic logo feature.

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