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The Art of Logo Design

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Welcome to UAE Nation Brand A Top Nike Designer Rebrands Game Of Thrones If you’re Nike Brand Design rock star Darrin Crescenzi, and you’ve created everything from the Nike Fuel gauge to the U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball uniforms, what do you do in your spare time? You, like the rest of us, get hopelessly addicted to George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series Game of Thrones. (Warning: Extreme, esoteric geeking out ahead. “Like many people, I was introduced by the HBO adaptation--I’m sure to the chagrin of the longtime readers. But unlike the rest of us, Crescenzi didn’t end his obsession there. “The sigils really do act as branding, in that they give each character formal distinctions--Lannister’s use of crimson and gold, for example, sets that family apart from the rest on a purely visual level. “What I find most fascinating, however, is the fact that these ‘brands’ exist only as the written word. In the end, as true as he remained to the books, Crecenzi did take a few artistic liberties of his own. Buy it here.

The Houses of Westeros poster - Darrin Crescenzi Yesterday, owner Michael Jordan unveiled the new visual identity for the 2014–15 Charlotte Hornets NBA team, a project I’m pleased to announce I helped develop for Jordan Brand alongside the fine folks at Rare Design and with the aid of collaborator David Iglesias. Excited to share the full case study soon. I’m speaking tomorrow, November 8, at the NYU Stern GMA Conference, part of a panel on creating and maintaining brand identity in a multi-channel environment. 11:30am, NYU Kimmel Center. Very pleased to announce that I have been named to 11th class of Young Guns, the Art Director’s Club’s annual award for on-the-rise creatives in design, illustration and visual art. I will be giving a lecture at my alma mater, Oregon State University, this Friday, October 25th, at noon with the wonderful Erin Mintun. [More]

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More4 Rebrand by ManvsMachine We caught a teaser of the new More4 identity a few months back with a showing of just the logo by ManvsMachine . I was a little unsure of it then, and even after seeing it in all its dynamic glory, I am still unsure about the basic logo now. The new More4 logo feels a little too busy in it’s static form, and I am a little weirded out by the hanging E which was more appropriately enclosed in the previous More4 logo by Spin. I still think the original logo just feels far more useable, and easier on the eye, than this multi-coloured version. Simple vs complex? But no denying the overall identity has been very thought out and provides a huge number of variables. Creative Review has a detailed breakdown of the new identity including a number of video’s which will give you a really good look at this dynamic identity in action. ► Found on Creative Review

Follow-Up: DC Comics Yesterday, DC Comics officially unveiled its new identity, after the whole internet (including us) stole its thunder at the start of the week when we all judged its new branding effort based on a single, black-and-white rendition of their new logo. Now it’s an uphill battle to get people on board with what is actually a fairly good looking and flexible identity designed by Landor. The design of the new DC Entertainment identity uses a “peel” effect — the D is strategically placed over the C with the upper right-hand portion of the D peeling back to unveil the hidden C — symbolizing the duality of the iconic characters that are present within DC Entertainment’s portfolio.— Press Release I’ll be the first to admit that this is a contagiously exciting identity and to reconsider my stance on not liking it at first. Overall, the identity manages to redeem the logo. Thanks to Stephen Hearne for first tip.

Paul Rand + Steve Jobs I can’t help thinking that Paul Rand and Steve Jobs are cooking up a new identity for a heavenly company. In 1986 Jobs approached Rand to design the logo for his NeXT educational computer company. After obtaining permission from IBM, Jobs offered Rand a handsome sum to develop a logo for a product that was not yet public. The only thing Rand knew was that the mysterious NeXT computer was a black cube. With this scant yet meaningful intelligence, Rand developed a unique proposal book for the mark that walked the reader – Mr. Jobs – through the step by step conceptual process to the final, logical outcome. I recall seeing a draft of the text and images prior to printing the limited-run booklet. Rand talked to me about the logo design in an interview for Design Dialogues (Allworth Press): Below is a scan of the NeXT logo book (which Jobs loved so much, he reprinted it and gave it out as a keepsake/textbook). Resources Recommended by Imprint Related Articles:

Meet The Accidental Designer Of The GitHub And Twitter Logos Simon Oxley was drinking beer and watching TV on his couch (like any good freelancer) when he noticed that a hot new startup called Twitter was using his art as a logo. At first, he thought he was drunk. “I checked the label on the beer I was drinking and called my wife to come see,” he says. “It was a total, surreal surprise.” Oxley, who is British-born and Tokyo-based, was (and is) a freelance contributor to iStockphoto, one of the web’s most popular resources for stock photos and illustrations. His biggest sales, though, have been from startups like Twitter, who paid “a relatively small amount of money” for a library of images including the bird and the robot, which still appears when you visit a broken link. Shortly after his name emerged as the designer of Twitter’s original mark, Oxley was approached by GitHub, the open source code community. That kind of adaptability is a direct symptom of the iStockphoto model, which lets buyers do what they want with purchased images.

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