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I'm working on a project and I'd like to know what you all would cite as the best examples of recent logotypes (and of course why). Thanks in advance.
check that books http://btobsearch.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?userid=31O6NI4FSC&btob=Y&isbn=0967331609&itm=3 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0967331609/qid=1048756197/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/104-1490906-2148740?v=glance&s=books + some book titled someting loke "Logos Taxonomy", cant fond it @ amazon^ but i saw it at local book store in Moscow
You're thinking of Marks of Excellence by Per Mollerup. Great book. I'm looking specifically for the very latest examples of typographic logos. Preferably those which are, heretofore, unpublished.
I was going through one of my collections of gifs and jpgs I've taken from sites in the past year(s) and thought this would be a good contribution. I can't remeber where I got it from (either the designers site or the company's site). The designer has taken into consideration of how tech. will be applied to its application and taken it to the next level.
Christopher - you might have already seen Logo Lounge...2000 International Identities by Leading Designers. It's excellent. It's the only logo book i've ever purchased and one of the best i've seen in a while. bj http://www.anybook4less.com/detail/1564969096.html http://www.logolounge.com
Incidentally, Brian Sooy's Typecon 2002 logo is included.
I do have the logolounge book, and am familar with their site, thanks. I'm looking for examples that you all may have encountered first hand - logos that struck you for one reason or another, but not necessarily those which have been featured or honored by others. Secret gems that quitely go about their work without the attention of mainstream design media. Thanks
You might try LosLogos. Not everyone is typographicly correct