Apr 23, 2009
Minneapolis-based design agency Duffy & Partners has published 25 years worth of logo design. You can view the slideshow on the Duffy website, and here I’ve picked out just a few of the featured logos.
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Apr 17, 2009
World Trade Center buildings are present in thousands of classic New York skyline logos owned by local businesses in the city. They tend to belong to small businesses that are likely to disappear over the years to come. So are their logos and the Twin Towers.
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Apr 15, 2009
I know we’re in a recession and all, but something’s up when a billion dollar ad agency chooses to crowdsource its BBH Labs logo.
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Apr 14, 2009
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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Apr 11, 2009
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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