As a belated “thank you” to the graphic designers who helped, but who weren’t shown in the book, here’s a sample of work readers won’t have seen.
The symbol used in Tim Burton’s Batman (shown around the 57 seconds mark) is the one I’ll always be most familiar with.
“Television Associates wanted to use the initials, TA as a logo. Instead of trying to do a trendy, graphically exciting monogram, which doesn’t communicate anything, I made the problem more interesting.”
UnderConsideration’s latest venture — the Brand New Classroom — features “critique and opinions on student identity work” with some interesting projects already. The latest of which shows Hebrew translations of Latin logos.