The Olympic Logo a Day is a personal project, and blog, created by London-based graphic designer Sarah Hyndman, and consisting of 365 compositions of the Olympic Rings made with five everyday objects.
Are you frustrated because your clients is asking to see multiple logo versions before choosing one? Well, why not adopting the strategy of the two Brooklyn-based designers behind the creating of the MIT Media Lab logo? Design 40,000 versions!
Seoul-born Vancouver-based designer Andrew Kim have done a brilliant work in his personal experiment creating the next Microsoft logo.
Not so long ago I’ve stumble on a video with very funny remarks of a 5-year-old analysing logos produced by Cincinnati, Ohio-based identity designer Adam Ladd.
Vegetal Identity is a Paris based visual identity producing company with a twist, they graciously create greener version of brands. Are your brand in need of a more green look-and-feel? Well, these are the guys you’re looking for.
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art is an organisation bold enough to push the line of branding a bit forward and with the help of Luke Hayman and his team that’s what they just did by creating a fluid identity design.