April 12, 2010
January 3, 2010
very playful brand identity. has put a smile on my face.
The Benchmarks Awards are designed to set a standard in the recognition of excellence in brand communications. All Benchmarks entrants are asked to demonstrate how their branding programmes or campaigns work across a variety of different communication platforms. While a single example of brilliance cannot win a Benchmark, a strong strategic concept, which can be shown to work effectively in a variety of areas, will be a lively contender within its category.
The 2009 Awards brought some interesting results, not least this category winner by The Partners.
Eagle Clean is a small London cleaning company which needed an identity that would engage prospective clients such as offices, restaurants, bars and clubs in a particularly uninspiring sector.
The Partners used Eagle Clean’s rubber gloves to develop a playful graphic device on signage and uniforms. The logo comes to life online as the gloves clean the screen, making it spotless to the viewer.
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December 17, 2009
May 5, 2009
I’ve been examining brand logos lately and when I came across this website (http://www.instantshift.com/2009/01/29/20-corporate-brand-logo-evolution/) I was thrilled to see and read about the evolutions of the widely known brand logos of today. Visit the link above to learn about the historic insight on this subject.
March 31, 2009
While searching for a school presentation I heard about Reza Abedini, a graphic designer from Iran.The logos and the posters that he has designed amazed me; the priority of the design elements were obvious to me even if I couldn’t read the Arabic typography.
ABOUT REZA ABEDINI: He was born in 1967 Tehran, Iran. He graduated in graphic design from the school of Fine Arts and studied B. A in Painting from Tehran Art University. He leads a professional career as graphic designer since 1989. Four years later he founded Reza Abedini Studio, Tehran.
Reza Abedini’s Logo & Poster Designs:
To See More of His Work: http://www.rezaabedini.com/