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Graham Smith – logo designer on Forrst.me

February 15, 2011

Looking to involve myself more with Forrst, so if you have logo design tendencies I would like to form some strategic alliances, all for the common good.

Source Link http://forrst.me/imjustcreative

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Awful Logo Design: An Art Form [COMIC] | @Cracked

February 13, 2011

Source Link Cracked.com Found via Stephen Yamada

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The Greatest Comic Book Logos by Todd Klein

February 11, 2011

Todd Klein, a veteran comic book letterer and type designer, has assembled this list of  comic book logos, ones that really have a place in comic history

Source Link Comicbookresources.com Found on Subtraction.com

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Classic Logo and Type work by Simon Walker

February 9, 2011

Blown away by much of Simons work.

Source Link flickr.com/ Found on Grainedit.com

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GrahamSmith.info – The Personal Page

February 8, 2011

This project is inspired by a post by Ian P. Hines who was inspired by a post by Naz Hamid who may or may not have been inspired by someone else.

The Personal Page, a few lines about me with some strategic links.

For this project, I decided to buy the http://GrahamSmith.info domain, given that the main TLD’s were long gone, I considered that .info was a very appropriate choice, given it’s info about me.…

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Lost Type Co-op Presents Muncie – Free Condensed Font

February 8, 2011

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Found on QuipsologiesLost Type Co-op is a typeface collaboration between Riley Cran and Tyler Galpin.

They have created an all-caps, condensed font called Muncie in an impressive 24 hours,  and even more impressive is that it’s available as a free download.

From what I can tell, other fonts will be released on a ‘pay what you want’ basis. Visit the site to download your version of Muncie.…

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The Nazi Identity/Graphics Standards Manual

February 8, 2011

Photo Credits : Images and Original Article via Design Observer.

On first pass it seems quote remarkable, but then after a few moments thought it makes perfect sense. No point having a master race if you can’t even keep tabs on continuity of appearance.

Steven Heller is the chap responsible for tracking down a few remaining copies of the The Nazi Graphics Standards Manual and has written a thoroughly interesting article on Design Observer.…

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Tom & Teddy Logo & Identity Update

February 4, 2011

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Initial artwork for an ongoing project Tom & Teddy, this is pretty close to what the end logo will be like, finer details such as optimum spacing, colours etc are still being worked on. Further descriptions and a detailed logo process article to follow.

What follows is a brief outline of the brand.

Tom & Teddy is a premium beach and summer fashion brand, focusing on matching fashion wear for father and ‘younger’ son.…

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