The New Big Book of Logos
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|Format: ||Paperback, 384 pages, New edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||2500 photographs|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 August 2003|
The Big Book of Logos quickly became one of the biggest-selling books ever in the field of graphic design. According to Amazon.com, it even ranked among the top selling 2 percent of all books in print during the summer of 1999. Why did so many designers want this book? Start with a 384 page hardcover book, printed in full color on heavy stock paper. The content was a designer's treasure trove: more than 2,500 designs from more than 500 design firms from all over the United States. Want inspiration for that big logo project that has a short deadline? The Big Book of Logos was the one-stop source. Now, the New Big Book of Logos adds to the great collection that was included in the original book. Editor David Carter has chosen more than 2,500 new logo designs that will show you the most recent design techniques in use from some of the best creatives from all over the United States. Simply, if you're serious about designing logos, this book must be on your shelf.
About the Author
David E. Carter has edited more books on the topic of logos and corporate identity than anyone in the world. His 70+ books are distributed worldwide. He has also conducted seminars on corporate identity on four continents. His early education was based on creative skills: he graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Journalism, and received a master's degree in advertising from Ohio University. Soon afterwards, he grounded an advertising agency which was good enough (and large enough) to be admitted to the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA). His work won a Clio Award in 1980, and soon after, he established a television production company. That business produced work for PBS and did more than a dozen sketches for the Johnny Carson Show, winning 7 Emmy Awards in the process. By 1990, Carter changed lanes, walking away from advertising and television production. At that time, he began paying full attention to producing books, creating graphics software and managing corporate identity for clients. In 1993, Carter realized that he was ill-equipped to run a firm-he had never taken a business class of any kind. He then entered the MBA program at Syracuse University, and completed his degree in 1995. He then enrolled in the 3-year Owner/President Management program (OPM) at the Harvard Business School, from which he graduated in 1998.
HarperCollins Design International|
28 x 21.7 x 3.2 centimeters (1.54 kg)|
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