From the Wegmans press release:
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“When we looked back at some of our earliest logos, they conveyed the warmth and personal attention to detail that we hope reflect our brand,” explained Colleen Wegman. “The family culture in our company continues to grow. It was time to go back to our roots and to a logo that is welcoming because it is more like a family signature.”
Dirk Leys shares his identity sketches, and there’s a nice 3D paper homage to Milton Glaser’s I Love New York logo.
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Wolda’s 2008 winners have been announced. Entry into the awards was through paid submission, and winners were selected by a jury of 10 designers, 10 clients and 10 members of the public. Here are the five winning logo designs from each participating continent, plus a mention for my favourite.
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Shropshire Council have chosen their new logo from a group of seven designs, all of which are shown below, along with accompanying comments from an article on the BBC website.
The shortlist had included three designs by schoolchildren in the county (numbers 1 to 3), and the chosen logo will be used from April 2009.
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A brief snapshot of recent logo design articles as seen on various design-related blogs.
Armin Vit offers us a brief look inside some excellent corporate identity manuals, including International Paper, Conneticut General and Caterpillar. Inside the graphic design archives at RIT.
More stories after clicking through the link below.
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Logo redesigns often implement subtle changes to refresh the look whilst considering customer recognition.
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An ode to graphic designer and filmmaker, Saul Bass.
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The V&A Museum has paid slightly over £50,000 at auction for the original drawings of the Rolling Stones logo, devised by British designer John Pasche in 1970, it announced last night.
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The logo doesn’t need to be well-known, and I’ll publish a collection an upcoming readers’ favourites.
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The history of BBC television logos dates back to the 1950s. They were first used by the BBC to differentiate their channels from one another.
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