Logo Mania

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Rockport Publishers, Sep 1, 2006 - Design - 128 pages
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The quick-hit format gives designers easy access to creative ideas.

Coming up with fresh ideas for logo jobs can be a very difficult process. This book offers designers many new ways to approach, or think about, each job. Gill's message is that for every logo job, there are many solutions, not just one perfect mark. In the back of the book he proves this by designing 31 different logos for the same company. A quick-hit "idea book on how to conceptualize a logo idea", these pages illustrate very simple ways to think about a logo, providing designers with the inspiration and understanding that a business or person can be successfully represented in a variety of ways. A unique approach in its succinctness, Gill has boiled down the most essential creative tactics to single sentences so designers can flip through this book and walk away with many new ideas for design solutions in just minutes.


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About the author (2006)

Bob Gill is a designer, illustrator, copywriter, and teacher. He is the founder of Fletcher/ Forbes/Gill, which was later renamed Pentagram. He was elected to the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1991, and the Designers and Art Directors Association of London recently presented him with their Lifetime Achievement Award. He lives in New York with his wife, New York Public Radio's Sara Fishko, their son Jack, and their daughter Kate.

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