Steven Heller is the chap responsible for tracking down a few remaining copies of the The Nazi Graphics Standards Manual.
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
Today I discovered that majestic virtue was an actual anagram of ImJustCreative.
The Firefox Logo Crop Circle
Flip over to the other channel to see more Imjustcreative.com
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.
Impressive portfolio and whilst you are over on his site, worth signing up to his RSS feed.
Source Link Michael Doret | Found on Grainedit
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
Found on http://www.boingboing.net
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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...