From the iconic companies Budweiser or Kodak to the most recent ones such as Instagram or Uber, all of them have a strong visual identity. In 2016, many of them nevertheless decided to refresh their logos. By Fubiz.
Logojoy is a new website that uses Artificial Intelligence to “design” logos. James Greenfield, an actual human designer, gives it a go…
Tom May (Creative Bloq) presents six achievable ways to raise your logo design game from good to great.
Many world-famous logos were once unappealing and it took a decent amount of creative power to shape them into what they are today. (more…)
Baseball legend Sadaharu Oh and Logo Selection Committee Chairman Ryohei Miyata announce the official emblems for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games during a ceremony in Tokyo on Monday. (more…)
The Second Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols will present a cross-section of Polish logos and visual communication systems. The viewers will have the opportunity to take a look back at iconic designs from 1945–1969 and learn about the history of Polish graphic design, but also to confront the achievements of our design masters with the most recent works in this field.
Jan Šabach (Code Switch) reviews the recent Brand New Conference held in New York 24–25 September. The speakers included Jonathan Hoefler, Philippe Apeloig, Andrew Shapiro, Paula Scher, Armin Vit and many more. (more…)
Bill Gardner from LogoLounge analyzes current trends in logo design. And at the top of it, he adds thoughts on societal, technological and environmental influences and how they will affect the future of the graphic design industry.