A couple of logos I did in the past ended up in DGV’s latest Design Compendium »Tres Logos«. I am quite honored to be part of such a huge book of amazing designs. »Tres Logos« is a state of the art visual encyclopedia on the current state and evolution of Logo Design.
Logo design is one of the most crucial and challenging tasks in graphic design. Seemingly simple, The Logo becomes the indispensable face of companies and conveys the identity and philosophy of brands. Expanding on the previous editions, »Tres Logos« demonstrates how influences from illustration and street art have become increasingly evident in logo design inspiring ornamental patterns with logos replacing the abstract tag. Additionally, companies are becoming more daring and exploiting their logos to identify their brand with a certain style and appeal.
Fully indexed and structured thematically, the book draws connections between the applications and the field for which it was intended. Like its predecessors, »Tres Logos« explores the exceptional visual language and stylistic approaches to logo creation by designers around the globe, exhibiting thousands of examples and simultaneously providing information about the makers’ personal approach.
Mainichi Communications (Tokyo, Japan) features a mini-interview with me and fellow Designers in the June issue of their monthly magazine »Web Designing«.
2006 is the year of Germany in Japan and many events related to Germany were held in all over the country. Moreover, we have FIFA WorldCup in Germany this June. The whole country has that Germany feel to it. Why not us? Well… Guten Tag! German Design.