I’m never afraid to tell you that I love simple bold identities and Qvalis by Larssen & Amaral keeps things super clean. A health & fitness brand, the Q balances on it’s decender like a yogic master. The name is generously spaced, leaving it feeling super fresh and the combo of the peachy-pink and grey suits it down […]
Nil Points – is this the worst logo of 2013? Eurovision 2014 includes hashtag #JoinUs!
A late entry to worst logo of 2013 I feel. I suppose an awful singing contest deserves an awful logo. Whatever the excuses (“diversity and difference”) whacking a hastag on a chavtastic diamond doesn’t cut it! It’s not the design per se, although the diamond shape is awkward, the fractal idea getting overused and having […]
Copenhagen children’s library logo or why local councils should invest in branding
Creating a logo for a library often turns into a children’s community project, where the results of a school based competition result in a well meaning and serviceable logo that has that “can’t be criticised because it was done by a kid” kinda feel. With 600 libraries closing in the UK since 2009 and another […]