In this Logo Book Review, we take a look at a rare and beautiful book called Logo International 1 by David E. Carter
David E. Carter is a man who made and produced more than 100 books on logos and graphic design. His first book, Book of American TradeMarks Vol. 1, was published in 1972. His last one, The Big Book of Design Ideas 3, in 2008. The work of this man is thus a must to add in the logo book review section. Logo International 1 (1984) is a beautiful book, but it won’t bring as much joy as you would expect it to do to everyone.
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Logo books are great, we all know that. In most cases, the books feature logos which were created for companies or organizations. In rare occasions you can find a book that’s different from all others, though. A book that is not about company logos, but about logos from places most of us love to be at. Art Symbols (1992) by Paul Ibou is one of them.
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Trademarks + Corporate Symbols (1991) is a publication by Novum press and is edited by Dieter Urban. The book is one of the many logo books which were published by Novum. There are at least 3 other logo books from this series which will be discussed in the future.
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Paul Ibou (°1939) is a Belgian designer and is one of the hidden gems in the world of logo design. Although he isn’t very well known anymore today, he certainly was during his career. The quality of his work is astonishing which makes him live up to his name as one of the pioneers in graphic design.
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