Logo Post Info

A logo is a graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/ icons) or are composed of the name of the organization (a logotype or wordmark). Select a graphic designer from the list below or from the video clips shown in the area of logo design. Discuss their work two hundred words, a minimum of 5 images and 5 links their contribution to modern logographic design.

  1. Armin Hofmann
  2. Henry Steiner
  3. Ikko Tanaka
  4. Ken Cato
  5. Alan Fletcher
  6. Clemont Mok
  7. Tom Geismar
  8. Carlo L. Vivarelli
  9. Raymond Loewy
  10. Michael Wolff
  11. Woody Pirtle
  12. Adrian Frutiger
  13. Peter Behrens
  14. Ivan Chermayeff
  15. Lindon Leader
  16. Michael Bierut
  17. Saul Bass
  18. Paul Rand
  19. Paula Scher
  20. Anton Stankowski
  21. Michael Wolff
  22. Pentagram
  23. Landor
  24. Meta Design
  25. Saffron Brand Consultants
  26. Happy Cog
  27. The Chase
  28. Wolff Olins
  29. Studio Dumbar
  30. Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv
  31. Sagmeister & Walsh

Videos list:

Fresh Impressions on Brandmarks (from my 5-year-old)

The Art of Logo Design | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios

21 Logo Evolutions of the World’s Well Known Logo Designs://hillmancurtis.com/artist-series/paula-scher/


21 Logo Evolutions of the World’s Well Known Logo Designs


What you need to do:

  1. Select one of the Logo designers, make sure you don’t double up with the other students in the group
  2. Write about the key points of the Logo designers (500+ words). 
  3. Source min 6 images related to the post
  4. Acknowledge the sources of info at the end of the post
  5. Tick the Categories&Tags Category “Logo Design” before publishing
  6. Prepare a short (2-3 min) presentation about your post
  7. Note the post is due on the 1st of March 2017, presentation is due next session
  8. Post min two comments (100+ words) on this posts from min two students from your group

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