A lavish collection of nearly 700 trademarks from around the world. Includes the work of John Buckland Wright. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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Kamekura Although it sports an unassuming, slapdash cover, Trademark Designs of the World is one of the most stimulating books I’ve ever had the pleasure of owning. First published in 1975, the slim paperback is the result of an offbeat collecting quest done by Japanese designer Yusaku Kamekura (1915-1997). Although a preface by the famous designer Paul Rand might indicate that Kamekura’s collection is centered on iconic American trademarks (such as Rand’s IBM logo), most of the contents, surprisingly, are European and wonderfully obscure.
A thoroughly illustrated book on the meaning and symbolism of trademarks.
By Yusaku Kamekura, Minoru Morita, John Maeda. Baseline Magzine No. 27: Paul Rand’s Laboratory.
great design too Paul Rand. Paul Rand, IBM folder Lois the Witch book cover by Coralie Bickford-Smith.
He spent five years collecting 700 logos from across the world for his book Trademarks of the World, which was a standard book for the period published in 1956. His trademarks and symbols were usually contributed with abstract, bold, and geometric forms. They were simple, yet powerful and clean-cut.
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Starting his design career at the publishing company Nippon Kaupapu, Kamekura has more than half a decade of experience in the design world. Combining the influences of the Bauhaus with insight to his traditional heritage, his work is recognized for its colorfully minimalist approach.