Vibrantly coloured powders and spices exploding to life on a pounding bass speaker.
Identities are the beginning of everything.
I don’t really get TM symbols, but if you’re going to use one…
“The red, white and blue of the French flag combine with flowing lines and shapes.”
Designed by Manhattan-based High Tide, for Last Bummer Records.
In 1969, Dali was approached to design a new logo.
Designed by Elmwood for Pipeology, a Doncaster-based plumber.
Washington State creates logo for legal pot.
Another for the list, this time for Google.
An in-depth examination of the evolution of the Star Wars logo.
“The lawsuit is just big business trying to bully the little guy.”
Each line refers to one of the four disciplines of their profession.
The new Continental logo no longer repeats the name three times, so that’s good.
…it’s no longer possible to have perfectly distinct logos for every business.
“The Coca-Cola logo is not, and never was, an outstanding design.”
…a 15 percent pay rise to tattoo your employer’s logo on your body…
Few insignia are as potent as that bold-lettered K-I-double-lightning-bolts.
Two Pentagram partners on “look and feel.”