It’s breakfast time somewhere, right? Sit back and enjoy a tall stack of pancakes, as DA BOMB ART fixes 20 meticulously illustrated edible logos, inspired by movie studios and production companies. They look awesome, but we’d slather them with butter and syrup and devour them all in minutes.
Designers and artists looking for a source of inspiration would do well to add Vault Editions‘ idea books to their library. This two-volume series features nearly 1000 engravings, etchings, and woodblock prints from the 17th through 19th centuries. It’s loaded with skulls, animals, and vintage objects and includes high-res downloads.
This 432-page hardcover book from Taschen explores the origins and evolution of iconic corporate logos. Graphic designers and history buffs will love exploring the more than 6000 logo designs from the 1800s to the 1940s, some of which are still in use today. It’s a great source of creative inspiration too.
Logos are a big part of companies’ identities, and brands often merge. Brendy Boy played around in Adobe Illustrator to see what might happen if competing brands combined their logos. He started out with McDonald’s + Burger King, then tried combining YouTube + Twitch, Coca-Cola + Pepsi, and Starbucks + Dunkin Donuts.
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’80s and ’90s kids spent countless hours wandering the aisles of video stores in search of the perfect movie. Celebrate the “Be Kind, Rewind” era with this 3D-printed lightbox based on the Blockbuster logo. Signageman makes these signs from acrylic and vinyl with LED backlighting. Choose from 13″, 18″, or 21″ sizes.
Over the years, brands have made their logos so simplified that they are beginning to lose their sense of identity. But is going in the opposite direction any better? Amateur designer DVNTY took it upon himself to overcomplicate the logos for Pringles, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple with highly questionable results.
Celebrate your love for rock and roll royalty with this official LEGO wall art based on The Rolling Stones’ iconic lips logo. As you build the 1998-piece kit, you’ll find a hidden 60th-anniversary logo inside the tongue. An included QR code gives you access to a one-hour playlist of Stones music to enjoy while you build.
Squid Game has inspired Halloween costumes, musical performances, and an SNL sketch. Now it has a woodworking video. Hailing from Korea himself, Woodboy created this set of see-through objects that look like the symbols seen throughout the show. His method of creating them on a lathe makes them even more interesting.
From Nike to Intel to Amazon, swooshes have been part of major corporate logos since the 1970s. Designer and logo expert Linus Boman looks at the history of swooshes in logo design, its explosive overuse in the 1990s, and its gradual descent out of favor.
This video clip starts out as the countdown graphic that YouTube shows before a premiere. But keep watching and you’ll see it morph into other iconic intro screens. Motion graphic artist 4096 seamlessly blended the transitions between several familiar images, like they previously did with game console startup screens.
The classic NASA “worm” logo is back, and now you can own a memento of this iconic work of graphic design thanks to Register Seven. The company will produce a sweet CNC-machined version of the logo milled from 6061-T6 aluminum, then anodized in NASA red, black, or grey. Measures 7.5″ w x 2″ h x 1″ d.