Made by James by James Martin an England-based logo designer is a personal guide to the process of logo design check out our book review.
Join us in this book review of Pause, Breathe and Grow – Notes on mindful creative life by Radim Malinic is the perfect companion for anyone with a creative and inquisitive mind.
In this book review we are going to look at Keep Going by Austin Kleon.
I’m sure as a creative individual you are familiar with Austin Kleon, maybe you have read our book review of Austin’s first book “Steal Like an Artist. Let’s say you have never heard of the author Austin Kleon, you’re in the book shop and happen to glance over and see the title “Show Your Work!” What exactly does this mean to show your work? Find out in our book review of Show Your Work by Austin Kleon.
Stealing is bad, taking things that don’t belong to you is wrong unless you learn to steal like an artist. This book includes 10 things nobody told you about being creative. Check out our review of Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon.
When it comes to branding a business, the power of storytelling is such an effective strategy in building a brand. Storyategy by Matt Davies is a great book to help unlock the power of your brand with a story-based brand strategy. Check out our book review:
Know your onions: Corporate Identity by Drew de Soto is a very good read much like his other books, its packed full of knowledgeable advice from a designer who has been in the business for over 25 years.
Letters As Symbols by Christophe De Pelsemaker & Paul Ibou published by Stockmans Art Books and contains an international selection of trademarks, logos and symbols created by talented and reputed designers, agencies and worldwide respected pioneers of logo and brand design, some of whom have given shape to the industry as we know it today.
In this book review we take a look at The Process Two by The Brand Identity.