Dalton Maag’s excellent typographical work for Rio 2016.
Airbnb launched a new identity, created by DesignStudio.
Applications to apply for trademark registration opened on January 1, 1876.
In Paula Scher’s first online class, she walks students through “her process of creating a liquid identity — a recognisable, dynamic branding system that can be adapted across mediums.”
One hundred days of iconic works of art relived through scrap bike parts.
Skip to 4 minutes 16 seconds for the chat about logos. All interesting, though.
Most Czechs were fervently patriotic, so they called their first company Slavia.
“This isn’t the cheapest, but it’s worth it.”
Blair kindly pointed me toward an alphabet of monograms on Present&Correct.
Khoi Vinh shared thoughts on the compilation’s merit, much of which I agree with.
Each of these figures offers inspiration and lessons for all designers.
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.
The first comprehensive study of corporate identity design manuals.
Half-English, half-Kiwi designer Charli Prangley shares her view on spec work.
The importance of appropriate visuals.
No, Picasso didn’t inspire the design of the Apple finder icon.
An example of how coincidence can occur without malice.
Adopted in 1984, the symbol indicates the locations of more than 400 historic sites.
A useful looking colour resource co-authored by Eddie Opara and John Cantwell.