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02/15/2017 at 23:26. Facebook
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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The Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte selected Mucho to design an identity for the fourth centenary of the death of Cervantes.

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IV Centenary of the death of Cervantes | Logo Design Love

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The symbol for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament was designed in 1958 by the late British designer Gerald Holtom.

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The meaning of the CND symbol | Logo Design Love

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Designer Richard Baird is collating hundreds of classic symbols and monograms in his logoarchive Instagram profile.

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logoarchive | Logo Design Love

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Peter Buck lent 17-year-old Fred DeLuca $1,000, forming a partnership that saw the duo open Pete’s Super Submarines in August 1965. Today, Subway employs 450,000 people across 44,000 outlets in 111 countries.

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Behind the Subway logo | Logo Design Love

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