We had 18 months to go before the Mexico Olympics opened, Otl had 18 months plus 4 years before Munich. It wasn’t a very supportive moment.See more about A brief interview with Lance Wyman →
In my ignorance, I was unfamiliar with Canadian designer Ian Brignell, even though I’ve been looking at his custom lettering work for years.
Photo by Drew AllenSee more about The ubiquitous work of Ian Brignell →
“Numerous things. But before they start designing, it’s about the client, the competition, the context and the audience.”See more about What does a designer need to consider when designing a logo? →
“…it’s not the logos’ design, it what stands behind them.”See more about Design Matters: Tom Geismar →
Not only is it inadequate and doesn’t serve its purpose, but it is also stolen.See more about Milton Glaser on the Florence logo →
Identities are the beginning of everything.See more about Paula Scher on designing identities →
“The logo is an identifier but it’s also something that stands-in for who you are.”See more about The art of logo design →
My very favourite mark is the World Wildlife Fund. I’d love to have done that.See more about Angus Hyland on logos →
“The computer will not help you connect with your creative impulses. A pencil will.”See more about An interview with Sagi Haviv →
Sagi Haviv, born June 1974 in Israel, is a partner and designer at Chermayeff & Geismar, the Manhattan-based studio that needs little introduction.
Sagi will kindly answer questions from Logo Design Love readers. Read on to learn more about his design accomplishments and to ask a question.See more about Ask Sagi Haviv →