A snapshot of today's most visually delicious logos, selected by some of the world's top designers. From iconic symbols to dramatic wordmarks, Logolicious features more than 1,000 inspirational examples of modern logo work. More than a professional guidebook, it is a visually compelling look at the movers and shakers shaping today's design culture.
Designing for the Greater Good
This first-ever book of its kind, Designing for the Greater Good, features hundreds of illustrated examples of the best nonprofit and cause-related design worldwide. A comprehensive resource for designers, creative professionals, marketers and nonprofit leaders, this book showcases work from a variety of sectors including Family and Community, Animal Causes, Health, Human Rights, Environmental Awareness, Spirituality, and the Arts.
The Basic series covers the basic disciplines in graphic design. The first volume is about logos, classified into three categories: Graphics, Typography and Illustration. Basic Logos features a variety of logos developed by designers from around the world, showcasing a broad range of styles that enhance the book and make it both a compendium of visual input and a great source of inspiration.
The Best in Age and Lifestyle Specific Design
Market Smart has a fresh perspective by focusing on who designers are creating for. Effective age-, gender-, and lifestyle-specific designs from around the world are featured. Readers learn how designers use the tastes, trends, and backgrounds of consumers to market their products specifically for them.
1000 Retail Graphics
The retail industry is one of the most competitive and, as a result, challenging arenas for graphic designers. The expectation for creativity and originality is extremely high, yet the success rate of many retail ventures is quite low-so getting the marketing and branding right is essential for survival. This book provides a wealth of graphic design inspiration from a variety of retail businesses.
Graphic Design and Religion
This thorough exploration of sacred art transcends the discussion of symbols and aesthetics in order to seek a truly spiritual way of seeing. By drawing a comparison between many different eras of religious iconography, this vital resource encourages creative thinkers from all religious backgrounds to rediscover their work as sacred. Beautiful and abundant illustrations, coupled with passionately written text, challenge the ways in which we view religious artwork and imagery.
The business card is more than just your name and contact information on a piece of paper; it is your visual message, your individuality and your personality. It reflects your character. The business card is your own personal art world. "Meishi: Little Graphic Art Gallery of the World" showcases hundreds of examples of these small works of art. Each creative design is a miniature masterpiece.