The Atari logo: behind “the Fuji”

The following has been excerpted from Tim Lapetino’s Art of Atari, a beautifully produced book showcasing more than four decades of packaging and advertising illustrations from the pioneering video game company. Affectionately nicknamed “the Fuji,” the Atari logo still persists Continuer la lecture The Atari logo: behind “the Fuji”

How to price design services

Worth a watch if you think you’re undervaluing yourself. It’s a 30-minute tutorial from Chris Do, founder of Blind in Santa Monica, where he explains his pricing structure for logos and other design services. 3:40 Why logos are worth more Continuer la lecture How to price design services

Wings, Meatballs, Worms, and Swooshes

Retired NASA engineer Joe Chambers was asked by his wife to look through his ever-growing collection of historical material to cull what had already been published and to clear out their house a little. When sifting through folders, Joe saw Continuer la lecture Wings, Meatballs, Worms, and Swooshes

Printworks London, by Only

What used to be a London-based print factory with two fully-soundproofed press halls is now Printworks — a six-acre, 6,000 capacity, licensed venue for music, fashion, film, exhibitions, and more. Only were commissioned to create an identity for the venue, Continuer la lecture Printworks London, by Only

How to design the perfect infographic

Thanks largely due to the fact that more information is at our fingertips now than at any point in human history, we’ve entered into an age where both of the following statements are true: People are consuming more content online Continuer la lecture How to design the perfect infographic