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A couple of times I have been caught out with clients whose business dealings have expired during a logo project for that business.
There are a number of nifty, cool, simple, detailed to-do solutions to choose from, the iPhone itself offering a bewildering assortment of solution. Evernote is a reliable To-Do option.
This is big big news. Starbucks are preparing the next chapter in their identity evolution. The image above shows the few changes the Siren has been subjected to since the early 1970's.
I was preparing a quick post about Fonts In Use but then they featured an article about The Egotist Network which I aslo wanted to post about. So now I can blog about both in one post.
Paul Rands version of Ford’s iconic identity created in 1966.
It's common for people to ask 'what do you do' as an opener in conversation, opposed to 'who are you'. Same with a project brief for a logo or identity design.
The Santa Brand book, gosh. If you were in any doubt about Santa's brand values, this brand book will put you straight. I believe every child from the age of 3 upwards should be given this to read and learn off by heart.
Seems Maniakers Design has been quite busy since releasing the original FREE 232 MKSD Font. It has now been updated with a huge range of extra glyphs.
I have just 3-4 copies of the current 2nd edition of 8Faces, by Elliot Jay Stocks to give out.
Once in while a project of such beauty and generosity shows up. Like the stunning Lobster font, Derek Weathersbee has lavished the utmost attention to the presentation of his typeface, Franchise Bold.