You probably know the best online software for presentations out there – PREZI.Recently they have changed their brand identity. It’s now more “blueish” and more cold-corporate.The logotype is more conventional.Personally I like the funny two-way-“r”.The “e” is the already popular “smiled-haineken E” In case you wonder where the mark comes from and why it’s so detailed for a logo – it’s actually a…Keep Reading →
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Daimler, the world’s leading luxury car manufacturer, decided to create a joint venture with BYD, China’s leading economy car manufacturer and this is how Denza appeared. Basically – it will be the local “Mercedes”. That’s why I’ve used this catchy title.The Denza brand is due to consist of a range of electric power vehicles with the first model set to use the underpinnings of the first generation…Keep Reading →
This illustration can hardly be called a logo, but still – it deserves some attention.Then I tried to track the label’s origin. Here are a few things I’ve found :Another version of the labelHere’s the clean labelAnd this is a book which I found with the drawing on the cover. Here’s where the beer logo appears to come from. Invisible Monsters, written by Chuck Palahniuk. Pay attention that the…Keep Reading →
Who appreciates a glass of good wine here ? :)What about good graphic design? In this post about wine logos we have combines these two passions of ours. Here you can see 32 conceptual logos of wines from all over the world are presented… Enjoy it!Keep Reading →
There’s a brand new great interview with the designer of the Apple logo, Rob Janoff.Here are a few lines from it :Jean Louis Gassée (executive at Apple Computer from 1981 to 1990) :One of the deep mysteries to me is our logo, the symbol of lust and knowledge, bitten into, all crossed with the colors of the rainbow in the wrong order. You couldn’t dream of a more appropriate logo: lust, knowledge…Keep Reading →