Nothing says “Rebirth” like a logo designed to look more in line with your classic logos of years gone by, right?
Ennion made me. Those were the words molded on glass vases and jars that survived centuries of dust, change, and trauma all over the classical world. But who was Ennion? And how, in the early years of the world, did his glassware become so famous?
Many of our favorite superheroes are wealthy, sponsored by the government, or otherwise manage to scrape together the funds to keep up their crime-fighting lifestyles. But what if superheroes instead took on corporate sponsorships, bearing the colors and logo of whichever company paid their way? Would city-shattering…
Perhaps inspired by Cathryn Lavery's grand poster of Batman logos, Maurice Mitchell created his own superhero infographic, tracing the 75-year history of the Superman shield. He admits that the chart isn't completely comprehensive, but focuses on the major logo designs. It looks like this one isn't available as a…
Cathryn Lavery traces the evolution of Batman (or at least his bat-shaped marketing) with this poster, taking us from 1940's Batman & Robin: The Boy Wonder to the shattered bat logo from The Dark Knight Rises. She's offering limited edition prints of the poster in a variety of sizes over at Calm the Ham.
In the musical Game of Thrones, you either top the charts or you die. Designer IG-HateyHate blends bands with Game of Thrones characters to give us logo t-shirts for King Slayer, Ironborn, and, of course, Greyjoy Division.
Barbie turned Zombie, Goodwill turned to Badwill. Check out a handful of logos rebranded to compete with the oncoming zombie apocalypse. Designed by Ben Fellowes!
If you want to show your allegiance to the King in the North, or let everyone know that you support Daenerys Targaryen's campaign on the Iron Throne, then wear your Westeros team colors with these sporty Game of Thrones house logos.
In his new book Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America, Jeff Ryan examines the history of the video game manufacturer using the company's unassuming corporate logo Super Mario. We spoke with Ryan about how Nintendo has crafted this de facto global video game spokesman, who's become venerated by millions.