Lines are all around us and make the world we live in. I noticed that the contour of the bottles could be adjusted to reveal a pair of glasses.
A project of mine required a comparison of the world’s most well-known sports brand logos. They’re shown together below in case the quick visual reference might be useful for you.
Today saw the launch of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games logo.
Logorama is a short animation
nominated that won at the 2010 Oscars.
“We all liked this hand drawn version [of the grid], as it echoed Penn’s original map while also containing the slight imperfections that make Philadelphia so unique and interesting.”
“One of the main criticisms for the whole [tendering] effort was the fact that only a handful of design firms were allowed to bid in the first place.”
Effektive is an independent design agency based in Glasgow, Scotland.
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.”
Fairly new from Pentagram is this identity for Urban Green.
The logo and slogan of next European football championships, EURO 2012, were unveiled yesterday at a ceremony in Ukraine’s capital.
Lovely 18″x24″ poster by Orlando-based designer Jason Dean. Comment with a design-related joke for entry into a free poster draw.
The company was founded by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach. Mercedes is the name of Maybach’s elder daughter, while the Benz came as a result of a merger with Benz and Cie in 1926.
“Moving” card by The Chase, photo from Noisy Decent Graphics
The Chase, a UK graphic design and branding consultancy in Manchester, London, and Preston, was founded in 1986 by Ben Casey and Lionel Hatch. With a staff of 46 it recently became part of the Hasgrove Group.
Here is a small selection of its logos and symbols.
Design consultancy B&W Studio created this identity for Seven.
Here are 35 or so logos that show good use of white space.
CLEVER FRANKE is a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio in Utrecht, the Netherlands. It came into being when Thomas Clever, Gert Franke, and Lude Franke joined forces in 2007. Up until then, all three ran independent design studios.
Dynamobel is a Spanish manufacturer of office furniture, founded in 1959 in Navarra. The company grew thanks to the initiative and perseverance of two brothers: an electrician and a metalworker, who devoted their ingeniousness and youth to this endeavor.
So what happened with the design?