Sometimes, knowing when not to meddle with the magic is the thing that makes the magic itself.
…a young designer scribbled the now iconic signature on a paper napkin.
Phil Clements and the creation of the Champions League logo.
“The purpose of the project wasn’t to replace the original design.”
One hundred days of iconic works of art relived through scrap bike parts.
Most Czechs were fervently patriotic, so they called their first company Slavia.
Original exterior office building signs will be auctioned in New York next month.
The evolution of 50 food brands through their packaging, logo, typeface and fonts.
No, Picasso didn’t inspire the design of the Apple finder icon.
Intel hopes the logo is revealed when a player lifts his shirt to celebrate scoring.
Designed by Danish design student Susanne Koefoed in 1968.
“Kind of like graffiti, although I created the logos using that brand’s main product.”
Well known logos with a satirical take.
In 1969, Dali was approached to design a new logo.
Another for the list, this time for Google.
An in-depth examination of the evolution of the Star Wars logo.
“The Coca-Cola logo is not, and never was, an outstanding design.”
Jorge Oswaldo’s works are largely influenced by the logos of mega corporations.
I’ve always liked the ambigram, designed by Phil Gibbon.
I wondered whether the use of symbols within the V might work across the sub-brands.