Worldwide, Beko-branded goods are sold every two seconds.
Most Czechs were fervently patriotic, so they called their first company Slavia.
In 1927 the AM monogram was replaced with the iconic Aston Martin wings.
The mark is said to be an arrangement of two family crests.
Literally hundreds more on the Warner Bros logo page, by Christian Annyas.
In June 2013 The Partners were commissioned to redesign the logo.
The Sunny Heart is now the unifying symbol for the whole Thomas Cook Group.
“…designed to fit seamlessly into the Microsoft family of products.”
The BBC asked me to comment on the new TSB logo.
In 1969, Dali was approached to design a new logo.
An in-depth examination of the evolution of the Star Wars logo.
The new Continental logo no longer repeats the name three times, so that’s good.
Superman’s symbol has become recognizable all over the world.
The BA ribbon is a distant echo of the Speedbird symbol.
Édouard said to André, “Look, with arms it would make a man.”
Given that the NBA logo shows Jerry West, I wonder who this is.
Great refinement of the Saubermacher wordmark by Vienna-based Typejockeys.
A brilliant ad campaign for Penguin, evolving the logo for different book categories.
“Changing the eBay logo was not a decision made lightly.”
The logos shown here represent only a small selection.