LogoLounge 2: 2,000 International Identities by Leading Designers (Google eBook)

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Rockport Publishers, Nov 1, 2006 - Design - 192 pages
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Features 2,000 logos and provides fresh inspiration to anyone looking to direct the design of their own identity.

A searchable database of more than 36,000 logos by keyword is available by subscription on the popular website, www.logolounge.com, launched in 2002 by author Bill Gardner. If you don't have a subscription but would still like to see the best logos on the site created by top designers who often maintain low profiles, then the new paperback edition of LogoLounge 2 is for you.

Recent noteworthy projects that are claiming the public spotlight are profiled in this book. It covers identities created for various industries such as airlines, networks, dot-coms, banks, and fashion, as well as lesser-known boutique projects in which the designer's name is larger than the client's.

The first portion of the book profiles ten top designers and spotlights their biggest, newest campaigns. A handful of their smaller projects are also featured, including some that have never before been seen. The second half of the book contains almost 2,000 logos organized by logo design (typography, people, mythology, nature, sports, etc.)

  

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Great little book.

User Review  - gpdx - Overstock.com

It's part of a series; a collection of logos, mostly American. The book separates logos by broad categories (sports, initials, crests, heads, animals, etc) and provides basic information about each ... Read full review

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User Review  - Helen - Goodreads

Saw some nice logo design. Read full review

Contents

Jurors
8
Portraits
13
Collections
70
Sketches
82
Index
182
Directory
186
About the Authors
192
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Catharine Fishel specializes in working with and writing about designers and related industries. Her writing has appeared in many leading publications, including PRINT, Communication Arts, Graphis, ID, and many others. She is editor of the website http://www.LogoLounge.com and is the author of books including Paper Graphics, Minimal Graphics, Redesigning Identity, The Perfect Package, Designing for Children, LogoLounge I-VI, the LogoLounge Master Library series, and How to Grow as a Graphic Designer. She lives in Peoria, Illinois.

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