The Identity Archives Project – Logo and Brand Identity Database

Came across this great site this week, the title is pretty descriptive in this case, so kinda doesn’t leave much to the imagination. One hell of a collection of logos, brand and identity marks.

But in any case, felt it was worth referencing in a post on IJC as this is the sort of thing that fascinates and interests me. After all, it’s what I do.

Straight from the horses mouth

Welcome to the Identity Archives Project – a keyword-searchable database of logos and brand identity designs from around the world.

There’s no need to register, and use of the database is free and open to designers, brand managers, marketing professionals, educators, students, brand identity design enthusiasts, and the general public.

The Identity Archives Project is young and growing. Help us spread the word so that this database can become as complete and useful as possible for the benefit of the brand identity design community.

I highly recommend taking a good look at this site if you are interested in any way about logos and brand identity design. A superb tool to research existing marks if you a planning a new logo design etc, or intgrigued about the subject as a whole.



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Written by Graham Smith: The Logo Smith| First Posted on: 2009/01/31 & Post Updated on: 2015/10/28 Filed In Categories: Brand Identity

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