I’ve just stumbled upon this pretty awesome brand, not only for the minimalism of its logo, but also because is a rather unusual product, black water. If you’re thinking this is some sort of highly industrialised beverage you’re going to be as much wrong as I was when I first saw it, it’s actually black mineral water, yes, real natural mineral water.
Watford-based designer and illustrator Thomas James have in his own words take some inspiration from Paul Rand’s wisdom to create the “I Love It” Olympic logo.
Detroit-based designer Meg Jannott has challenged herself to brand each of the 44 United States Presidents in 44 days.
Back in 2011 StumbleUpon went through a rebranding process which resulted with an amazing update to their overall identity look-and-feel. While I loved the use of the more adventurous reddish in contrast to the odd combination of green and blue, I never quite well understood their choice for the controversial phallic shaped logo, in layman terms, the damm schlong.
I’ve just stumble upon this finally curated collection of Metro logos from around the world. It’s quite interesting to look at all of this logos clamped together.
Earlier this week I wrote an article about the new Microsoft Windows 8 logo, which at the time was only a rumour leaked by cnBeta.