corporate-logos

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Jonathan S. Garrett    |    http://jonogarrett.com

Corporate Identity for Frida von Fuchs – a Berlin-based design agency who deal mainly with freelancers on smaller, more carefully crafted jobs.

Frida is a character who nobody ever sees, but she’s always looking out for your best interests. Like the name and logo suggests, she’s a bit a spectre – a hybrid of woman and fox.

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SOMETHING’S FISHY, Japanese Sushi Restaurant
Advertising Agency: Stockenhuber Design
Project: Corporate Identity, Logo, Posters, Presentation Material
Poster Sujets: "SUSHI… but these are our goldfisch", "SUSHI to go!"
Concept/Idea: D. Stockenhuber
Art Director, CD: D. Stockenhuber
Year: 1995. Yes, 1995. Redesigned 2014

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Belinda Love Lee Branding

Finally got around to take photographs of my own branding. Simply, minimal and illustrative are three words that describe my work at it’s best and I thought I’d translate it also on to my personal branding, of course featuring that favorite color of mine- grlue!

The business cards are printed on a 600gsm textured off white cotton paper, with finishing touches of embossing. 

To see more of the project: http://goo.gl/dITyNi

belindalovelee.com

The Beginning of a Hollywood Era

The first filming of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s opening screen credits with the roaring lion in Hollywood, California in 1928. Once the largest and most glamorous of film studios, MGM was founded in 1924 when the entertainment entrepreneur Marcus Loew gained control of Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Pictures.

source 1, 2

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SAUL BASS (1920 - 1996)

Saul Bass was an American graphic designer and Oscar winning filmmaker, best known for his design of motion picture title sequences, film posters, and corporate logos.

His birthday is celebrated (1920 - 1996) in Google doodle. *see my earlier post and re-blogs*

From the depths of the White House’s “We the People” petition website comes this cause created on Tuesday, hoping to force congressional lawmakers to prominently display their financial backers and monetary support from various lobbies.

Since most politicians’ campaigns are largely funded by wealthy companies and individuals, it would give voters a better sense of who the candidate they are voting for is actually representing if the company’s logo, or individual’s name, was prominently displayed upon the candidate’s clothing at all public appearances and campaign events. Once elected, the candidate would be required to continue to wear those “sponsor’s” [sic] names during all official duties and visits to constituents. The size of a logo or name would vary with the size of a donation. For example, a $1 million dollar contribution would warrant a patch of about 4” by 8” on the chest, while a free meal from a lobbyist would be represented by a quarter-sized button. Individual donations under $1000 are exempt.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/20/white-house-petition-logos_n_2912087.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

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Christoph Gey    |    http://christoph-gey.de

"VARA Design is a tink tank organization specialized in interior design, architecture and branding. They are based in Oman. "Vara" in Indian languages means "Straight Line" and in Sanskrit it means "Boon". Vara follows the rule "less is more" and gives strong emphasis to lines and forms. I was asked, to create the logo and Corporate Design."

Good Design is light, nearly floating, it starts to groove and suddenly it grabs you by the balls. That’s the point of view I’m taking and implementing in my daily work as a Junior Art Director, Graphic Designer and Illustrator.

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