The Little Book of Logo Recipes: Successful Designs and How to Create Them

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Harper Collins, May 4, 2004 - Design - 272 pages

If you're a businessperson trying to devise a new logo -- or a graphic designer trying to get established in corporate design -- The Little Book of Logo Recipes will teach you a lot about the process, and will also give you the "recipe" for creating a lot of different visual techniques.Some of the sample logos shown are fairly simple, and just the very presence of this "recipe" will give the user a quick inspiration. For others, the "how to" includes the use of multiple PhotoShop filters to create powerful images. The next time you need to do a logo in a hurry, you'll wish this book were on your shelf.

Designed to offer endless inspiration, The Little Book of Logo Recipes offers this bonus feature: each page features call-out notes of easily understandable comments to quickly convey the advantageous elements of the depicted logo.

 

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Contents

Circle Shapes
5
TypeStyler Effects
43
Design Elements
59
Photoshop Effects Eye Candy
95
Typographic Logos
118
Repeating Shapes
154
Square Shapes
198
Painter Effects
215
Logo Extras
225
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About the author (2004)

A noted authority on the subjects of graphic design, logo design, and corporate branding, David E. Carter has produced over 100 best-selling books in those fields, including The Big Book of Logos, The Big Book of New Design Ideas, and The Big Book of Business Cards. He is currently working on several new corporate identity books.

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