…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.”
Lloyd Northover’s 1999 design work on the National Rail identity.
This is the simplest of business tests.
The idea was to visually render how a wrong note sounds when played.
Another orchestral logo, for Philharmoniker Hamburg.
I like the idea behind this design for Orchestre Symphonique Genevois.
Martijn Rijven of Bolt Graphics shared some sketches for the Firefox OS identity.
Jorge Oswaldo’s works are largely influenced by the logos of mega corporations.
Superman’s symbol has become recognisable all over the world.
The Bell System redesign was the largest corporate re-identity program in the U.S.
I’ve always liked the ambigram, designed by Phil Gibbon.
I wondered whether the use of symbols within the V might work across the sub-brands.
The BA ribbon is a distant echo of the Speedbird symbol.
The iconic stripes is the take-off point of our design.
But Futurebrand had done something that we and the others had failed to do…
When is a logo not a logo?
Designed by Hahmo’s Pekka Piippo, for Moor.