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Logo Design Round-Up Part 17 Here we go with Part 17 of the Logo Design Round-Up, and you can catch-up with Part 16 Logo Design Round-Up. As with Part 16 I am really chuffed to see so many designers submitting their own brand logo designs for this logo design round-up series. Read how I butchered Helvetica to create m...
Yes. I design logos. For Realz. I feel that there is an endless supply of words and phrases for me to use in these Helvetica based self-promotional posters.This is good for me, but very bad for you.
Yes. I design logos and… Time for another wry style self-promo piece. Started listening to Greg Proops: The Smartest Man in the World on Podcast last night and was in a constant state smirking and laughing.A phrase he seems to throw in quite often at the end of a particular piece is, "…and shit like that."I just...
The GAP Logo Design Revisited I have been fascinated by this whole GAP logo circus, I have made my thoughts about it fairly obvious in a previous post 'The GAP Logo - Is the outcry and criticism justified', I then came up with a few 'for fun' GAP logo attempts, one based on the very original and vintage 1972 GAP service mark...




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This free font: Apple-Sans-Adjectives is certainly quite fun, and intriguing, but not so sure on the practical side of things

Apple-Sans-Adjectives was designed [email protected] & @Rich_Cahill, and they have kindly made this font available as a freed