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Identity Suite- Visual identity in stationery

Book – Identity Suite: Visual Identity in Stationery by Victionary

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2016/07/23
Filed In Categories: Reviews

Excerpt: Book – Identity Suite: Visual Identity in Stationery by Victionary A good design book is one of the key ingredients in obtaining and ferreting out inspiration for your next design piece. There are no shortage of logo design books from which to harness… Read More

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iconify.co: a clean, fast, responsive and minimal logo portfolio

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2013/03/01
Filed In Categories: Design Essentials, Portfolio, Reviews

Excerpt: Don't think I have used, and continue to use, something as user friendly as Iconify.… Read More

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Logotype – Definitive Modern Collection of Logotypes by Michael Evamy

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2012/08/20
Filed In Categories: Reviews

Excerpt: If there is one logo design book you need to earmark, right about now, it would be Logotype by Michael Evamy and published by Laurence King. Michael authored, what I consider to be, the best logo book out there: Logo, so I think he knows a thing or to… Read More

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Book Overview: Brand Identity Essentials by Rockport

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2011/09/16
Filed In Categories: Resources, Reviews

Excerpt: Book Overview: Brand Identity Essentials by… Read More

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Letter Fountain: The Anatomy Of Type By Taschen

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2011/04/30
Filed In Categories: Reviews, Typography

Excerpt: Letter Fountain: The Anatomy Of Type By Taschen looks set to be THE type book to get this… Read More

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Waterstones Rebrands a strong ID to a limp ID

Written by: Graham Smith: The Logo Smith Posted: 2010/05/14
Filed In Categories: Reviews

Excerpt: Waterstone's redesigns it's brand identity. My initial reaction is 'Oh dear.' This was my reaction when seeing it last night, and it's till my reaction this morning. If anything, I feel more 'Oh dear, oh dear.' East to criticize without knowing the real… Read More

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