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LOGO: Lab: Featuring 18 Case Studies That Demonstrate Identity Creation from Concept to Completionby Christopher Simmons
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...And get the inside scoop on a variety of logo processes, from concept to completion. Follow author Christopher Simmons as he interviews the designers and clients of 18 well-known logos. He investigates the stages of logo completion, shares sketches, conducts in-depth interviews, documents the approval process, and provides commentary and analysis.
Why is one process suitable for one client or industry, and not for another? How do different designers address different problems? How can different projects be approached in similar ways? Find the answers inside, along with outstanding examples of logos that really work.Queer Eye for the Straight GuyThe Houston TexansTaylor GuitarsNoche restaurantNYC2012 Olympic bidEstrus recordsConverseThe Georgia Music Hall of FameBy giving the reader a behind-the-scenes peek at how both corporate giants and low-budget operations acquire winning logos, this book is a practical and inspiring reference for any designer.
Logo design is a hot topic for graphic designers, but most books on the subject offer title more than a gallery of successful identify systems. "Logo Lab gives creations the in-depth information they creve, with; Every page is packed with the kind of analysis, sketches, and insight designers crave. It's exactly the kind of information they need to help their own dients stand out form the crowd.
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