why not associates is a British graphic design company, established two decades ago. Here’s a taste of their identity design work.
In this tenth and final logo round-up of the year, you’ll find features on Pentagram, North, Hershey’s, and more. I hope I’ve shown you something of interest in these brief posts, and I wish you all the very best for 2009!
The new Toronto Blue Jays logo isn’t going down too well, and I agree with Jakub’s critique.
If it were up to me, I’d have definitely altered some elements of the original, such as the stitching of the baseball, but the maple leaf and colour red would’ve been kept. Then again, I’m neither Canadian, nor a fan of baseball. Read on for lots more logo design news and reviews.
At the end of 2006, Mode, a motion design studio in Chicago, approached Sol Sender, a graphic designer, to create a logo for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. The resulting “O” became one of the most recognizable political logos in recent history. Steven Heller spoke with Mr. Sender just after the election to discuss the evolution of his logo.