Many of you will be familiar with the recent Jon Engle versus Stock Art battle, but for those of you who aren’t, Steve Douglas of The Logo Factor, has published a compelling account of the issue, creating a well-written anti-spec work parable.
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For the past nine years, as reported on UnBeige, Michael Bierut has led Pentagram’s work on the Library Initiative. Pentagram were responisble for creating signage, wayfinding, and the Library logo.
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Stylo Design is a creative design agency based in England and France. Here are a few of their logos I particularly enjoy.
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Whitestone International has created a logo to celebrate 100 years of English rugby at Twickenham.
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A few in-brief logo links from the likes of Noisy Decent Graphics, Design Notes and david the designer.
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Photographer, Matt Siber has grabbed my attention with his showcase of floating logos.
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“Inspired by the proliferation of very tall signs in the American Mid-West, Floating Logos seeks to draw attention to this often overlooked form of advertising.”
Next time you think about using a standby symbol in your logo, remember, it’s been done before.
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Pentagram: Marks — 400 Symbols and Logotypes — is available for purchase in a limited edition print of 1,000 copies.
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New identity design work from Pentagram, for The Oak Room and Oak Bar at the Plaza Hotel in NYC. Definitely worth a look.
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At a Pepsi press conference, Peter Arnell defends the new, but recently dumped, Tropicana rebrand.
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