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Initial artwork for an ongoing project Tom & Teddy, this is pretty close to what the end logo will be like. Further descriptions and a detailed logo process article to follow.
Today I discovered that majestic virtue was an actual anagram of ImJustCreative.
The Typefaces of the World poster by Shelby (@wanken) has been doing the circuit over the last week, and quite rightly so. I blogged about it over on the other channel last week, the reason I am posting again is that you can now...
Mind blowingly simple on the surface, even for Pentagram. I for one need to think about this one for a while...
Source Link Pentagram Found On Creativebits.org
What ever logo you do now, it has probably already been done before, in one form or another.
American Trademark Designs
I have a few of these old American Trademark Designs Trademark books, great reads if you can find them to buy, not to mention seeing how logos have changed, mostly through accessibly technology – and I wouldn't necessarily say for the better either.
American Trademark Designs Published in 1976
The overall post seems to be a bit of a flop. There are a few interesting results though, namely the V&A mark designed by Alan Fletcher, appeals to me for just sheer class.
The faux bar formed for the A out of the ampersand arm is just
Found on http://www.boingboing.net
Source Link http://www.flickr.com
One thing I struggle trying to understand is why some free fonts have a non-commerical licence applied. I just can't get my head around it. As I said on Twitter...
I have spent a fortune on buying fonts that I feel will add value to my