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An identity for Santa Monica Arts by Spanish design firm cla-se. AAAA removed from the name and made into a mark. Daring and iconic, and monospaced underlined fonts are just so tasty looking.

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I love identities in a circle, and Human Scales worked exceptionally well. by Chevychase.

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A simple solution for a client in a kinda boring industry. by Rejane Dal Bello

OVG is a Dutch real estate developer with an innovative approach. The strength of OVG is it’s comprehensive real estate strategies – with a strong focus on integrated solutions that allow clients to prosper, therefore OVG is a platform that envisions and develops concrete ideas into the world, regarding each clients different needs and strategy plan.

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Sometimes all you need is a bit of sexy typography. By Andreas Neophytou

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Hear hear! via LogoDesignLove

The Tiger Woods logo isn’t a golf club. The Virgin Atlantic logo isn’t an airplane. The Xerox logo isn’t a photocopier.

Computer logos don’t need to show computers, dentist logos don’t need to show teeth, and furniture store logos don’t need to show furniture.

Just because it’s relevant, doesn’t mean you can’t do better using a design that doesn’t depict the product or service your client provides.

Excerpted from Logo Design Love: A Guide to Creating Iconic Brand Identities, p.180.


 

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Orange stationery makes me happy. Simple. via September Industry by UK design firm Because Studio.

Low Winter Sun is the consultancy of Jonathan Atkinson specialising in developing innovative, creative, co-operative and environmental projects. The identity is based around a stark, impactful colour scheme and a bold logotype that is carried across a stationery range and digital presence.

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Great work by Danish design studio Flydende Lava Studio for a idea and innovation lab Fourmation.

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Beautiful identity by Michael Freimuth for small local coffee shop Glass Shop. via September Industry

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Today is Charlie Chaplin’s birthday! And Google pays homage in the most delightful way!

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A great new online newspaper The Brander, on the stories behind some of the more successful brands.

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PeteandTom has turned the pages and made history with the new identity for Discovery History.

The central theme of revealing the past runs through every aspect of the brand from the channel logo to ident concepts and onscreen packaging.

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Serbia! Do you love? by Coba&associates

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Some chic design work by Dutch studio Pot & Van Der Velden for fashion designer Marije de Haan.

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Love this monogram and packaging work by Micha Weidmann Studio for luxury candle and bodycare product brand Davina Peace.

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A simple typographic treatment for Debbie Teale in pretty pastel colours. by Brogen Averill.

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Check out today’s Google logo, celebrating Constantin Brâncuşi’s birthday, a Romanian-born sculptor. Nice.

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A well structured analysis of the very well-done Apple Electronic Direct Mailers. via Flowtown Hit the image for a full-size view.

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Proof why Wolff Olins is on top of their game.

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Oooh Ahhh.… Logo design by Pavel Pavlov and packaging by Archabits Studio.

 

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Coöp is the studio of designer Paul Marcus Fuog. Since opening in 2004, Coöp has undertaken a variety of projects ranging from small art-based briefs to expansive design contracts. Positivity and experimentation are at the core of the studio’s practise.

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