21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on 5 December 2002
An excellent collection of around 3500 logos from a wide range of contemporay designers including the likes of ; Buro-destruct, DED associates, Eboy , Rinzen and Woodtli.
The book is cleverly broken up into four main sections;
Logos, Lettering, Typograms and Combinations. As well hundereds of pages of beautifully layed out images the book also contains an interesting and informative introduction about the evolution of the logo. I would recommend this book as a must have to anybody with an interest in graphic design.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 22 January 2004
To some this book may sound like a nightmare. After all does a society ruled by brands, logos and trademarks really need a book full of them? Maybe not, but this book is worth getting just for its great cover design, and for anyone interested in the art of logos (like me) this is a must have. Very post modernist, and very trendy.
on 3 March 2015
The book is absolutely amazing! I am greatly satisfied with the decision of buing it. It is my first book from the collection of "Los Logos", and I'm definitely going to buy the previous ones soon. Speaking of materials, the book "Los Logos 7" is printed on high quality smooth, thick paper, the cover is really solid and proper, coated with fabric. The book is made with a huge care about the details and designed clearly and comfortable in perception. The content of the book: huge collection of interesting logos form around the world is really impressive and inspiring. On the bottom of each page we can find a little title, pointing to which category can we assign each of the projects, for example geometric, framed, pictorial or illustrative typography. This book should be undeniably the obligatory position for any graphic designer, typo-lover or design student
on 11 April 2011
A high quality book with 100's of logos. I use this book for inspiration and idea generation.
Treat yourself to the hardcover version. It excellent value for money and well worth the investment.
The logos are obscure, but that makes them more interesting when trying to guess what sort of business they were created for.
I have the yellow, red and gold versions of the books. Will get remainder soon!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 26 March 2004
This is a fantastic book, full of colour and clean crisp imagery. A feast for the eyes and perfect to dip into for inspiration. Go, buy it!