Starbucks is at it again. Last week it filed an intellectual property rights lawsuit against the owner of a Thai street vendor and called for his arrest. This is one year after Damrong Maslae ignored the company’s cease-and-desist letter to stop using their Bangkok coffee stall’s “Starbung Coffee” logo, on the basis of trademark...
In this Imprint series, Sagi Haviv discusses principles of identity design as they manifest in trademarks created by his firm, Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv. This article looks at major global organizations, all of which have women as their focus, and how feminine energy is channeled into their identities.
Toronto-based designer Ben Johnston created this well-defined identity for photographer Dylan Culhane using a strong color palette and embossed and stamping effects. Via Looks Like Good Design.
This logotype by Michelle Wang for a fictional, unconventional ballet troupe makes good use of motion by linking the letters in illustrative ways. Via We Love Typography.
Mash Creative and MayNinth collaborated to create this inventive and playful adaptive identity for design studio Curious Space, a business that specializes in creating unique museum and gallery spaces. Check out more here. Via Design Work Life.
Much has already been made over the recently unveiled logo for the 2016 European Football Championship by Brandia Central. Check out photos, videos and analysis from The Branding Source, Logo Design Love and Brand New.
Studio MPLS recently updated their website with new work, including this comprehensive rebrand for the country of Belize. Via Design Work Life.
Missed out on a lot in the last week while at the HOW Live, but here’s one of the highlights – a press release sent out from Sterling Cooper & Partners led to many discussing the fictional team’s new logo, including this review at Brand New.
Arturo Vega, designer of the iconic Ramones logo died over the weekend. Check out a tribute on how the logo helped to define the band’s success on the Gaurdian’s music blog. Via Quipsologies.
An in-depth look at the evolution of the Star Wars logo, designed by Suzy Rice and used, for example, in this vintage 1977 ad in Variety. Via Logo Design Love.