Sunday, August 14, 2022
Among the many ways to get your logo, you’re sure to run into the online logo maker. It seems like a dream come true: it’s cheap, fast and easy. But with copyright issues and questionable quality, is the reality up to par?
Most cities have brands. New York has a blocky typographic logo. Philadelphia’s logo is a graphic of the Liberty Bell, with the slogan “Life, liberty, and you.” But Gainesville, Florida, has gone in the opposite direction with its new identity: debranding, rather than rebranding.
Brand innovation agency Spicefire has announced the appointment of Chris Wallen as Brand Director, based at Spicefire’s Cincinnati office.
Ahead of new V&A exhibition The Future Starts Here, the curators pick 10 objects in the show that can help us predict what's in store in years to come.

The Brandless Store

A new online store, Brandless, puts private labels in the spotlight.
Imagine if brands were forced to create company logos that represent some recent discoveries and news headlines. Well, designers from around the world have done exactly that, by finding high-resolution images of company logos and transforming them into logos that represent the company behavior.