“Numerous things. But before they start designing, it’s about the client, the competition, the context and the audience.”
Phil Clements and the creation of the Champions League logo.
A huge thank you to the following people and studios for helping to create the book.
A new hardback that gives an intriguing insight into 29 classic marks.
Blair kindly pointed me toward an alphabet of monograms on Present&Correct.
The evolution of 50 food brands through their packaging, logo, typeface and fonts.
The first comprehensive study of corporate identity design manuals.
A useful looking colour resource co-authored by Eddie Opara and John Cantwell.
“Essentially the vintage edition of Hyland & Bateman’s Symbol.”
The first comprehensive monograph of the work of FHK Henrion.
Celebrating one of the most recognisable and iconic symbols in transport history.
Bill Gardner and Cathy Fishel-Lane of LogoLounge have just released a new book.
Jon Contino shares how he created his visual identity.
Thanks to you, the Logo Design Love book has sold 32,949 copies in 10 languages.
A collection of lost design icons, consigned to the logo graveyard.
The logos shown here represent only a small selection.
You can get the Logo Design Love eBook for $9.99 in Peachpit’s deal of the week.
Five advance copies, shipped worldwide, a month before publication.
A followup to Michael Evamy’s 2007 book Logo.