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55 logos et leurs histoires surprenantes

55 logos et leurs histoires surprenantes

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Todd’s Blog » Blog Archive » Logo Study: Batman Part 1 All images ©DC Comics, Inc. Here we go with a lengthy look at the logos of Batman from his creation to the present. Above is the very first page of the first published Batman story in Detective Comics 27. The model for comics stories at the time was the Sunday newspaper strip (then usually a large full page), in which the top panel contained the character logo, the story title and a brief explanation of who he was. This is exactly what artist/creator Bob Kane did in most of his early Batman stories.

Studio Rarekwai ‘Stickerbomb Monsters’ Book Stickerbomb Monsters book is a compilation of artwork from graffiti artists and illustrators around the world, making it sort of an encyclopedia of monsters. Part of a collectible series, it includes typography which, like every thing in it, are peel-out stickers. Darbotz, Redy and the Yok are some of the artists who contributed. Stickerbomb Monsters book is available at Amazon for USD$12.21.

Egg Savior – Blender for an Android game The Android game Egg Savior used Blender for the production of their in-game graphics. Ruben Lopez writes: Egg Savior is a free independent game for Android devices. It is a kind of platform game mixed with a bit of puzzle where you can’t control the main character, only the environment.It is a 2D game but all the graphics have been prerendered with Blender. 5 Quick Tips for Fixing a Bad Logo Design -En How many times have you walked into a project where the logo is a mess? Bitmap designs. Poor color choices.

Clyfford Still Museum Clyfford Still was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionists who developed a new, powerful approach to painting in the years immediately following World War II. Still's contemporaries included Philip Guston, Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko. Though the styles and approaches of these artists varied considerably, Abstract Expressionism is marked by abstract forms, expressive brushwork, and monumental scale, all of which were used to convey universal themes about creation, life, struggle, and death ("the human condition"), themes that took on a considerable relevance during and after World War II. Described by many as the most anti-traditional of the Abstract Expressionists, Still is credited with laying the groundwork for the movement. Still was born in 1904 in Grandin, North Dakota and spent his childhood in Spokane, Washington and Bow Island in southern Alberta, Canada.

Mercedes-Benz logo evolution Image courtesy of kenjonbro Mercedes logo 1902 Mercedes logo 1909 Benz logo 1909 16 Infographic Resumes, A Visual Trend (It’s actually up to 18 now.) A number of designers have attempted to design a visual, infographic resume, and while this is certainly not mainstream (yet), it is gaining some momentum. I wanted to highlight some of the great examples available on the web, but the line between an infographic resume and a designer resume is tough not to cross.

A Graphic Guide to Facebook Portraits Everyone is aware of how significantly Facebook has impacted modern technologies such as online communication, information aggregation, and boyfriend stalking. Less noticed, but just as profound, is its influence on art. Just as refinements in mirror crafting led to an increase in self portrait production during the Renaissance, Facebook's steady, unrelenting invasion of every crevice in the civilized world has led to a new renaissance in portraiture, notable for its creation by people who wouldn't know good art if it friend requested them. These office workers and bored teens have replaced Okies and deranged shut-ins as the ultimate outsider artists; not only do they lack formal artistic training, most lack even the desire to create art. However, with this humble, ad hoc genre a complex visual dialogue has emerged, and its unique vocabulary reveals much about the modern world. Click to Expand

10 Solid Fonts Used in Logo Design (Bud Light Font to Nike) Hook Agency Tim Brown Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, and strategic marketer focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses and construction companies. Fonts in logo design are not always easy to get right. It requires a bit of research about what a client wants their logo to express, and then a deep understanding of typography in general. Here we’ll broaden your perspective by looking at fonts in specific logos in the wild as well as examples of possible application. Visite de la cité antique de Pergamos Pergamon or Pergamum, also referred to by its modern Greek form Pergamos, was a rich and powerful ancient Greek city in Mysia. It is located 26 kilometres from the modern coastline of the Aegean Sea on a promontory on the north side of the river Caicus and northwest of the modern city of Bergama, Turkey.During the Hellenistic period, it became the capital of the Kingdom of Pergamon under the Attalid dynasty in 281–133 BC, who transformed it into one of the major cultural centres of the Greek world. Many remains of its impressive monuments can still be seen and especially the outstanding masterpiece of the Pergamon Altar. Pergamon was the northernmost of the seven churches of Asia cited in the New Testament Book of Revelation.The city is centered around a 335-metre-high mesa of andesite which formed its acropolis. This mesa falls away sharply on the north, west, and east sides, but three natural terraces on the south side provide a route up to the top.

The Evolution of Tech Companies' Logos You've seen these tech logos everywhere, but have you ever wondered how they came to be? Did you know that Apple's original logo was Isaac Newton under an apple tree? Or that Nokia's original logo was a fish? Let's take a look at the origin of tech companies' logos and how they evolved over time: Adobe Systems Source: Adobe Press animal font « Daisy Balloon Diary Daisy Balloon | Announcement /April 24 , 2011 we are planning to have some projects to support people from the recovery of this disaster. To begin with that we will donate our entire sales of the i phone APP “Animal Font” which is the picture above for half a year. (You can send little happiness with the Animal Font!) Please see the Animal Font detail below.

Open Xerox: imaging-demos Service Home Page Xerox has extensive expertise in computer vision and imaging and this site presents some of our technologies through a range of easy to use demos. In many cases we use a combination of methods to solve real-world digital information management problems ranging from stock photography, digital asset management and personalised imaging through to cross-media search and smarter document technologies. We include here some mature technologies, and also some experimental demos which are in beta (or even alpha!) versions.