Lewis at publisher Laurence King kindly got in touch with an exclusive offer for Logo Design Love readers — five advance copies, shipped worldwide, a month before publication.
“Logotypes – wordmarks, monograms and single-letter marks – are where the verbal becomes visual; where elements that are usually designed to speed the eye across the page invite it to linger; where the choice of font is never less than meaningful; where spaces and spacing are significant; where the composition of words and characters carry weight; where letterforms and even fragments of letterforms can evoke attributes, atmospheres, emotions, events, places, personalities and periods in history.”
To enter the draw, leave a comment listing one of your favourite type-based logos, sharing your reason why.
Update: By “type-based logos” I’m referring to wordmarks, monograms, and single-letter marks.
Winners will be randomly drawn from the comment thread and notified by email on Monday 13th August.
You might find your picks in a “readers favourite” followup, too.
Or you can now pre-order the book through Amazon: