Food & Drink Logos
Food & Drink Logos explores more than a hundred logos that have revolutionised visual identity over the last fifteen years. Established brands such as Burger King or Pandeli (est. 1972) sit alongside the world's most sought-after wineries, restaurants and food trucks. Through logos carefully gleaned from New Zealand, Mexico, Japan, England or the United States, Food & Drink Logos brings together the finest international creative offices, such as Futura (Mexico), Twist (Sydney) or Jay Fletcher (USA) among others.
Behind the friendly and colourful cover, the sober black and white layout focuses attention on the quality of the designs, and the essential information will allow the reader to go deeper into the research (country, name of the agency, websites, etc.). If creating a logo is a real challenge for any graphic designer, from beginners to the most experienced, Food & Drink Logos succeeds in taking the reader on a world tour of brand identity specialists.
As the third book in the series from the English publisher Counter-Print, after Architecture Logos and Maritime Logos, the founders of Counter-Print wanted to create a mini-series of books that could tackle specific themes. Passionate about vintage books, Counter-Print first sold vintage treasures unearthed all over Europe, before publishing a quarterly magazine and then new books such as Food & Drink Logos, to express their passion for design and to meet the growing demand of their customers.
This new opus tackles the theme of gastronomy, and it is a visual banquet of logos and brands to which we are invited: fruits and vegetables, hamburgers, hot dogs or kitchenware that are all symbols linked to food.
With logos from Asis, Carpenter Collective, Rob Clarke, Commune, Doublenaut, Steve Gavan, Heydays, IWANT, Jones Knowles Ritchie, Manifiesto, Brandon Nickerson, Studio Garbett, Toma Studio, Werklig etc.
Hauteur : 17cm
Largeur : 13 cm
Poids : 140 g
Fabricant : Counter-Print