Question to Apple MacBook Pro users, and specifically those that used the 13” then upgraded to either 15 or 16”.
When you made the change, did having that larger screen make it really worth it?
I’ll be using it as a laptop for 75% of time, with the rest hooked up to my 27 LCD.
→ WordMk – Homage to the Typographical: Word Mark, Logo Type, Letter Mark & Word Type.
Working on a Logo Gallery that focuses purely on the typographical format of logo design style.
Each logo will link to Brand, Studio/Designer, and referenced links.
Today on Brand New (Linked): @brandemia_ explores the similarities between the Coca-Cola logo and Cacaolat's, the world’s first bottled milkshake introduced in 1933. Despite the growing similarities over the decades, Coca-Cola has never filed an opposition underconsideration.com/brandnew/archi…
SO I have, what I think is, a somewhat novel idea for a social network kind of idea.
I have ideas for branding, web layout/style, as well as the ideas to incorporate into it.
What's the best way for me to connect with someone who creates the real magic: coding etc.
I'm often asked how to start when it comes to creating icons and I think this quote from @sdw really nails it. When I was beginning to learn to incorporate 3D into icons, I started by trying to make an exact recreation of Apple's Grapher icon:
@tokyosexwhale “Semiotic Standard for all commercial trans-stellar utility lifter and heavy element transport spacecraft. — April 16, 2078 (Clean version after Ron Cobb's iconography work for Alien (1979).)”
Today on Brand New (Linked): In Revised flags with a darker blue have been flying at Élysée Palace, official residence of France's President, since July of 2020. While no one noticed the change for more than a year, someone just did and now it’s a thing. underconsideration.com/brandnew/archi…
Today on Brand New (Linked): Teknik Adam, who maintains an Instagram account that collects impressive feats of human engineering, has a clip of someone washing off three car logos on a window. underconsideration.com/brandnew/archi…
1964 Olympic Games pictograms, designed by Katsumi Masaru & Yoshiro Yamashita.
From 1976, “Signet Signal Symbol”, a handbook of international symbols by Walter Diethelm.