Bill Gardner talks about Google, some band logos for inspiration, global brand identities and their Arabic equivalents, and a token appearance from Don King. Just another round of logo design snippets.
Full post: Arabic logos, United States logos, that Google favicon, and Don King’s hair →
I’ve received my fair share of parking tickets. The traffic wardens where I used to live were dubbed ‘little Hitlers’ due to their aggressive tactics, and it was painful to see those bright red warnings slapped on my windscreen. Here’s one way around it.
Full post: Logos that prevent parking tickets →
Paula Scher recently created a new logo for the New York Philharmonic.
Full post: New York Philharmonic logo →
why not associates is a British graphic design company, established two decades ago. Here’s a taste of their identity design work.
Full post: Logos from why not associates →
Will the new shelf-image bring higher sales?
Full post: Thoughts about Pepsi →
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!
Full post: Dreaming the best and worst of Hershey’s →
An ambigram is a graphical figure that spells out one or more words not only as presented, but also in another direction or orientation.
Full post: A closer look at ambigrams →
Sol Sender, who led a design team for the Obama 08 logo, was interviewed about the project. Here’s a look at the various logo options.
Full post: Obama logo ideas that weren’t chosen →
Logo contests get a lot of bad press. Is it justified?
Full post: The reality of logo design contests →
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 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.
Full post: The Blue Jays, black metal music, the new Barclaycard, and a little duck fart →