John Lloyd & Lloyd Northover Logo & Identity Archive

Received a pleasant email/mailer from John Lloyd providing information on a web archive of work spanning his 50 years as a graphic designer, and creative director starting back in 1960.

John says, “The archive is conceived as an educational resource and as a contribution to the online preservation and curation of British graphic design history.” 

It’s been a real treat to have instand access to a wide range of his logo designs from such early times. There are some real classics in this archive from an era when logos were created for companies such as: Nuclear Electric in 1989,  British Nuclear Fuels in 1996, Rover Group in 1986, Vauxhall Cross in 1976 and many more.

Below are a few of my favourites from the John Lloyd & Lloyd Northover Logo & Identity Archive


Written by Graham Smith: The Logo Smith| First Posted on: 2011/11/07 & Post Updated on: 2011/12/31 Filed In Categories: Brand Identity, Designer Spotlight, Famous Logos, Graphic Design, Inspiration

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