7 most famous logos and how they were created - Featuring: Salvador Dali / Chupa Chups, Carolyn Davidson / Nike, Frank Mason Robinson / Coca-Cola, Milton Glaser / I Love NY, Paul Rand / NeXT, Rob Janoff / Apple, Walter Landauer / FedEx

7 most famous logos and how they were created

Logos - 7 - Salvador Dali / Chupa Chups - Carolyn Davidson / Nike - Frank Mason Robinson / Coca-Cola - Milton Glaser / I Love NY - Paul Rand / NeXT - Rob Janoff / Apple - Walter Landauer / FedEx

Borzoi Books, Alfred A Knopf Inc., 1945, designed by Paul Rand

Paul Rand's logos

Tribeca Film Festival and IBM Launch 'Storytellers with Watson' Competition - Machine Learning World

Paul Rand's silouette is sooo creative!  Take a close look and the texts to see what you can think of

American designer Paul Rand defined design as a unified activity, based on analysis and governed by imagination. Throughout his lengthy career – in

One of Paul Rand's most timeless and successful logos for American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), 1962

What Made for Successful Logos

this logo is the TV networks logo and has been used for a while as the logo, its simple and very efficient as it's memorable.

Paul Rand (1914-1996), IBM, lithograph in colours,1982.

Paul Rand IBM, lithograph in It's called logo, I can see those are clear logo make me understand, not any mess. why would I choose this because I like logo is very clear awesome. The bee logo is easy way to I can see that bee.

If you were to sit down and write a list of what you consider to be the ten most powerful brands of all time the chance is that at least 3 of the will have

Potting Shed Heroes: Paul Rand

If you were to sit down and write a list of what you consider to be the ten most powerful brands of all time the chance is that at least 3 of the will have been designed by Paul Rand.

Paul Rand quote: "Simplicity is not the goal. It is the by-product of a good idea and modest expectations".

Paul Rand quote: "Simplicity is not the goal. It is the by-product of a good idea and modest expectations". Great use of white space in the center to display a bigger picture.

Paul Rand + Steve Jobs - Next branding book. Genius.

Paul Rand + Steve Jobs

Good explanation of development of a logo from the designer. Paul Rand + Steve Jobs - Next branding book.

Paul Rand for Wallace Puppets, 1938 :)

Paul Rand's logos

Paul Rand for Wallace Puppets, 1938 - I went with this design purely because of the letters/words manipulation. The design of the logo takes my mind directly to thinking of a puppeteer service, whether for entertainment or learning how to do the craft.

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