Recreating ubiquitous corporate logos from memory.
Worst top left, best bottom right.
Or vice versa.
MORE: Branded In Memory
Two alphabets. 54 letters- each one taken from a band logo.
Name ’em all.
Prints (£30) by Dorothy.
Designer Paul Nicholson, who designed the Aphex Twin logo, talks about his iconic gatefold designs for Richard James’ second album Selected Ambient Works Vol. 2.
A rather fetching Nazi-referencing logo for Donald Trump created by renowned American industrial designer Tucker Viemeister in April of last year (before Trump won the official Republican party nomination).
‘Bedtime Reading’ by Matt Haig.
Spotted from the 77A bus in Dublin yesterday.
Alan Joseph Hatton tweetz:
Dublin Beds – “Can’t Come To Us? We’ll Come To You!” With that logo, I bet you will.
Mesmerising animated lettering for CHRLX (Charlex animation studio in New York) by Danil Krivoruchko.
An iSmart charger purchased on Amazon by Liya Hoshi, who noticed something odd about the logo.
Following a rigorous Redditing, manufacturer RAVPower cleared things up by explaining that the inadvertent upside-downism had been spotted and fixed last year (below).
The new Guinness logo by London based agency Design Bridge.
Made Of More. Much More (Design Bridge)
((H/T: Fuzzy Duck)
Emblemmatic’s Mark Maker uses machine learning principals to generate tweakable logos it, eh, thinks you may like.
See for yourself.