Not something you see often — the resurrection of an old logo created 30 years ago.Full post: Forward to the past →
The symbol used in Tim Burton’s Batman (shown around the 57 seconds mark) is the one I’ll always be most familiar with.Full post: The evolution of the Batman symbol →
UnderConsideration’s latest venture — the Brand New Classroom — features “critique and opinions on student identity work” with some interesting projects already. The latest of which shows Hebrew translations of Latin logos.Full post: Hebrew translations of Latin logos →
Some of these classic Scandinavian logos are pretty striking. Not a gradient or bevel in sight.Full post: Scandinavian logos from the 60s and 70s →
In 1986, Steve Jobs recruited renowned graphic designer Paul Rand to create a brand identity costing $100,000. Rand created a 100-page brochure detailing the brand, including the precise angle used for the logo (28°) and a new company name, NeXT.Full post: NeXT logo by Paul Rand →
A recent project needed a logo comparison of the world’s most well-known sports brands. They’re shown below in case you might find the quick reference useful.Full post: Sports brand logos →
In a world made up entirely of trademarks and brand names, Michelin Man cops pursue a criminal Ronald McDonald. The Logorama movie won at the 2010 Oscars.Full post: Logorama the movie →
What are the most iconic logos you can think of?
Coca Cola? IBM? I Love New York? Shell?
These designs have one thing in common.Full post: Are iconic logos designed, or bought? →
The roundel has become the unifying symbol for London’s transport services.Full post: The London Underground roundel →
I saw this collection a couple of years back over on ISO50, only never got around to sharing it. But that’s the thing with vintage logos — they’re always relevant due to their “vintage-ness.”Full post: Vintage logos →