This looks like a logo I've seen before but I can't pin down what it is. I think it's a tech startup or product type company: http://imgur.com/i5Ppfll
I want to make my own version of these very similar logos but I also want to get that authentic handmade look. How do I do it? [more inside]
A friend gave me a keychain with this logo on it a few days ago - it has no trademark or info. [more inside]
I'm a graphic designer and I should know this. I'm also over-thinking, as usual. What would you call this style of design used on This label of italian candy ? I've always loved this look and described it as many different things but I've never known the exact style of lettering/ overall general design term. I usually just describe it as "vintage hand drawn really fancy lettering, old school labels." which is, you know, super professional of me. thanks!
This is the logo. I want to know what brand or company it corresponds to. It's on a pair of pants. That's about all I know since it's not mine.
I'm an officer in the Vegetarian Society at my school. We want to get hoodies made, but for some reason, not a single one of us has been able to come up with anything beyond "Meat is Murder" (which would be tongue-in-cheek to us, but no one else would see it that way and we'd rather not look like really smug, insufferable twits) and "Give Peas a Chance," which I think is horrendous. So, basically, does anyone have any suggestions for what to put on such a society's shirts?
Is there a good source of airline livery/logo history anywhere on the internet? [more inside]
Blade Runner nerd question: I'm trying to confirm that the logo for the Tyrell Corporation that shows up in this google image search is actually found somewhere in the film. Screenshot or time code anyone?
What are some geeky symbols, icons, or logos that I can create stencils out of? [more inside]
I saw a site on Metafilter (i think!) and cant find it again. Help! [more inside]
What are these diamond logos I see on cardboard boxes all over the city? [more inside]
Looking for blog posts showing how iconic brands are when you only have two letters/the colours of the brand.
Help me find these two blog posts on logos/corporate identities/brands abstracted out (a "Can you still recognize X without the usual logo trappings?" exercise). [more inside]
Who retains legal rights to the logos of long defunct companies? [more inside]
While some bands still have logos|symbols, they do not seem to be as essential a part of the band identity as they were in the seventies. What was it about the seventies music culture that encouraged the extensive use of band logos and symbols? [more inside]
I was wondering if anyone could identify the font used for the "reprise" records vintage logo I have this album and I've tried using tools like "what the font" etc. but I just can't seem to find one that matches exactly. Any suggestions on something similar?
A few weeks before Starbucks revealed its new logo, I stumbled across a website that provided several examples of famous logos that had been similarly stripped down... I think this was merely an exercise by a graphic designer. Anyone know the link to this page? [more inside]
Illustrator gurus - I need your help!!! Need to recreate a logo and I'm out of my element! [more inside]
How can I edit/import different fonts into a blog template like Blogger or Wordpress? [more inside]
Where you can buy big posters of movie studio logos, like the Columbia torch lady, or the MGM lion? [more inside]
I'm looking for the logos of every international, national and regional/local BBC Radio station in sizes more than 600px x 600px
Looking for graphic designers who are Disneyphiles or folks who are close acquaintances with said fine folks. Skilled googlers might also apply. I'm trying to find vector/EPS versions of the original Epcot Future World attractions, i.e., these. [more inside]
Can anyone identify the T-shirt brand/design on the terrorist in these CCTV screen captures (linked)? How about the sneakers? [more inside]
Please help me find business cards that carry a logo of an owl, falcon or a bird, etc.. [more inside]
What mid-sized corporations do you think have ugly logos? [more inside]
Can you help me think of examples of individuals (not companies) that have strong brand identities? [more inside]
What kind of mapping was used to create the UN logo? [more inside]
What are the rules regarding logos captured incidentally in documentary? [more inside]
Why do so many different TV stations use the circle with a 7 in the middle as their logo? I'm wondering how so many different businesses can use the same logo. Are all the stations that use it ABC affiliates? Does the logo signify some sort of collaboration among the stations that use it? [more inside]
So I really like the fit and style of Twins Enterprise fitted baseball caps, but I want something without team logos on it. Suggestions? [more inside]
Why do tv shows blur or cover up logos on clothes instead of just changing clothes? [more inside]
LogosFilter: Could a blog entry that contains two words and their definitions be consistent with the definition of a dictionary? [more inside]
Fontographers: Help me identify this font. I did the typical n00b thing and lost the PSD of my logo and now I can't for the life of me find or remember the font I used to create it. My site is at www.bloggingmuses.com and the logo is in the upper left. Any ideas what font it was? I have looked on every font site imaginable trying to find it. Thanks!
Help me understand the marketing/branding industry. The 2012 London Olympics committee just spent £400,000 on this new logo. How does a branding company justify this kind of money to just design a logo? That can't be all there is to it, right? What kind of things actually get delivered and done on a project like this?
Help me to become a whiz at identifying the brand of blue jean by their pocket logo. [more inside]
I am looking to sell a new product, and I would like to have team/league (NBA, NFL, MLB, colleges) logos printed on it. How do I go about obtaining permission and paying licensing fees? [more inside]
Logo Search: I've got a company, but I ain't got no logo! [more inside]
What are the rules for using company logos in creative works? Specifically, why was Marge able to refer to Chanel many times in that one Simpsons episode while the logo was never fully visible? [more inside]
Clients want me to use stock graphics in their logos. May I do so, if I warn them that the resulting logo may not be trademarkable? [more inside]
Why are there so many book publishers that have birds in their names or their logos? Is there a historical explanation? Is there any explanation? [more inside]
Logo design blogs? [more inside]
I'm looking for some free classic baseball jersey fonts to use for mocking up some team apparel ideas. I'd love to have the variety found here
What is the origin of the universal power symbol? You know the one with the circle and the vertical line. [more inside]
What's the deal with blurring out logos? [more inside]
Problems encountered in designing a logo... [more inside]
Can you suggest a free service that will make a smart logo for the heading of web sites. (Something similar to the nice logos at Gotlogos gallery, which is a paid service)
Why are all of the logos for major fast food chains red and yellow? Is this psychological, readable, an offshoot of McDonalds? The ones I have seen are McDonalds, Carl's, Wedy's, Burger King, In and Out, Sonic, KooKooRoo - I'm trying to find one that is not yellow/red.
Anyone know the name of that sort of upmarket brand of clothing that uses the Scottish lion as it's emblem/logo?
I am looking for the name or a link to a photographer who shoots pictures of store shelves filled with products, and then photoshops out all the branding / logos etc. so that the shelves appear to be filled with blank products. [+] [more inside]
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