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MET has new logo and the Internet is not happy about it

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is about to make a major change in its logo design. The information came up from Justin Davidson from Vulture and according to him the Museum will present new contemporary logo on March 1st. The logo is designed by Wolff Olins, a global branding company.Davidson shares an image of MET’s new logo in his article. The new logo compared to the current one, which…
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The Use of National Symbols in Logo Design

The United States’ flag is a major symbol not only of the American nation but of the American values – freedom and independence as well. US has probably one of the richest on symbols flags among all the countries in the world. Today it contains 50 stars and 13 stripes. Originally it had 13 stars that represented each American colony. However, the 50 stars today represent the number of states in…
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The phoenix, the brands and the rebirth in logo design

One of the events that marked the end of 2014 for the internet community was the Sweden official’s involvement in putting offline the popular torrent tracker thepiratebay. However only 2 months later the mother ship of the online pirates came back with the proverbial symbol of resurrection – the phoenix. Probably the phoenix will stay on the homepage temporary as a symbol of the website’s rising…
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8 Famous Rock Music Logos Explained

It is undeniable fact that when we talk about musical CDs, vinyls and posters graphic design and music go hand in hand. Logo design and branding of the various music bands and singers seem to create the perception of music industry as a corporate enterprise. The distinctive corporate identity is essential for every kind of business aiming to be successful and recognizable, including music as well…
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10 cafeteria logos with 10 different appeals

When it comes to logo design for coffee shop or cafeteria there aren’t a lot of different choices for symbols that we could use. Coffee cups and coffee granules, warm colors and specific typography are some of the most commonly used elements in this kind of graphic design. But that doesn’t mean that the commonly used symbols couldn’t stand with different appeals in a different ways for different…
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Batman & Superman – the “Apple” & “Microsoft” in the world of comics

The superheroes we all know from movies and comics are always hiding their true identity and that’s why they express their presence with other symbols like outfits, phrases and as some of the most famous companies nowadays – with logo. The curious thing about the heroes is that their logos are perfectly fitted to the guidelines the corporate world uses today – they are recognizable and original…
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The new trend “Microsoft”

These is a short preview of how the new “Microsoft” rebrand trend could influence the other companies :)Although this picture is a spoof,  it’s interesting that the Bulgarian ICN logo ( bottom right ) is actually a real logo that is in use for some years already.The company is a well known hosting and domain name provider in the country. 
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Save the print logo campaign

Creative conceptStatistics say print readers retain twice as much information as they would from online content. When online, a user is multitasking, spending less time watching an ad, therefore memorizing fewer details.by Next Advertising RomaniaBucharest, RomaniaCopywriter: Laura DragomirArt Director: Victor BaracCreative Director: Liviu David
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