DF/Mexico, whose name springs from the Distrito Federal in Mexico City, is an informal Mexican fast-food restaurant with American influences.
The World Trade Center’s new logo is very simple at first glance, but the meaning it is supposed to hold is certainly anything but.
Pentagram’s Paula Scher has skillfully tackled a problem inherent to most art museums’ identity systems: how to stay out of the way of collections and shows.
McGrathNicol, a leading legal and corporate advisory firm in Australia and New Zealand, has a new identity, created by Hulsbosch.
The design firm Red Antler has helped Foursquare basically split itself in half into two new apps: Foursquare and Swarm.
Richard Seymour of Seymourpowell has partnered with chef Heston Blumenthal to create a very different sort of animated logo: a mechanical knife, which is now the centerpiece of the new identity for the restaurant The Perfectionist’s Café.
LogoLounge.com founder, Bill Gardner, is featured on The Deeply Graphic Design Cast for a consecutive year now with Wes McDowell and Nick Longo. Bill is giving the ins and outs of the 2014 Logo Trend Report as well as giving exclusive insight you will only be able to get here.
Siegel & Gale has created new animated logo for Monster.com, and it has definitely generated some chat.
CBA has worked with Nescafé for the past three years to reunify a brand that has splintered into many personas around the world in the past 20 or more years.
RedRover Sales & Market Strategy, an eight-year-old sales training and coaching, marketing, and PR agency in Memphis, Tenn., has released its new identity.