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03/16/2017 at 15:19. Facebook
“If you accept the premise that good design starts with an idea, then the best way — we find — to channel this idea into a visual is usually through a hand-held pencil or pen.”

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60 years of Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv.

60 years of Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv | Logo Design Love

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“The rebus is a mnemonic device, a kind of game designed to engage the reader and, incidentally, lots of fun.”

Quoted from Paul Rand: A Designer’s Art, written in 1985, now back in print after a 16 year absence.

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The rebus and the visual pun | Logo Design Love

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“The Logobook archive is in black and white, to make the navigation of the logo concepts as simple and intuitive as possible, allowing the visitor to study and compare logo concepts in an objective and rational way.”

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Via Creative Review.

Logobook archives the finest old and new logos | Logo Design Love

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The logo for Aarnio Originals is based on Eero Aarnio’s most iconic design, the Ball chair.

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Designed by BOND.

Eero Aarnio Originals, by Bond | Logo Design Love

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The Atari logo: behind “the Fuji” (from Tim Lapetino’s excellent Art of Atari)

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The Atari logo: behind “the Fuji” | Logo Design Love

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“Over 350 designs were submitted. They spent half a day arguing about the merits of all 350, and finally Glennan got up, pounded the damn table and said, ‘I’m gonna make the decision, we’re going with this one.’”

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Wings, Meatballs, Worms, and Swooshes | Logo Design Love

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Printworks London — once the largest printing facility in Europe — is a new, six-acre, 6,000 capacity, licensed venue for music, fashion, film, exhibitions, and more.

Leeds-based Only were commissioned to design the identity.

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Printworks London, by Only | Logo Design Love

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Saul Bass, fascist iconography, a change to Paul Rand’s IBM monogram, and some other things.

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A few things #8 | Logo Design Love

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An ideal logo for Longsands Fish Kitchen, by Tyneside-based Ross Pichler.

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Longsands Fish Kitchen | Logo Design Love

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Interesting short video from 1969 on The Institute of Heraldry.

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“In the case of an embroidered shoulder sleeve insignia, the exact stitch count is described.”

The Institute of Heraldry, 1969 | Logo Design Love

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The simplest ideas are often the best.

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Designed by Gareth Proctor.

The Swan Hotel | Logo Design Love

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A great update to the Brentford FC club crest, by London-based Article.

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Brentford FC crest redesign | Logo Design Love

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Each prefecture in Japan has a unique flag, most often a bicolour, geometric, stylised design that incorporates letters from the Japanese writing system.

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Japan’s prefectural flags | Logo Design Love

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Dublin-based Robert Boyle came up with this brilliantly appropriate wordmark for Noji Architects in Sligo. “No wasted space. No wasted material.”

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Noji Architects | Logo Design Love

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Some eye-catching work among the finalists of this year’s AGDA Design Awards.

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AGDA Design Awards 2016 finalists | Logo Design Love

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With thousands of designers continually working on hundreds of thousands of logos, is it realistic to search through every design?

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Of course it's been done before | Logo Design Love

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The symbol for the Official UK Charts is great.

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Designed by Give Up Art.

Number 1 in the Official Charts | Logo Design Love

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While working in their garage in 1977, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak asked Rob Janoff, who had studied design, to create a logo for their first Apple products.

“I was going for the silhouette of an apple, but to make it look more like an apple and not some other round fruit, I did what one does with an apple, I took a bite out of it.”

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Rob Janoff on his logo for Apple | Logo Design Love

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