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the great big corp ID / logo / stationery thread
  • i think it can work in pretty much any line of business. funeral directors... hmmn, pretty much, anyway.
  • It really depends on company culture
  • Businesses trying to look straight and professional only really appeal to other businesses. Depends on what it is you are involved in.
  • chris said...i think it can work in pretty much any line of business. funeral directors... hmmn, pretty much, anyway.


    indeed. And particularly the creative industry, and the example shown :)

    Maybe not funeral directors though :happy:
  • must be the different corporate culture or way of doing business...

    I worked for a small publishing house in Vienna last summer (ok, it was more of an internship than a job – especially the salary :wink: ) and although we had a "flat" hierarchy and everybody, boss included was very relaxed to the outside and in business relations everything had to be very stiff... no jokes on business cards, very formal style in correspondance and on the phone and the like – so, yeah, very different corporate culture.

    I study English as my main subject and Art history as my elective... worlds apart – so again huge difference in the academic culture :-)
  • chris said...i think it can work in pretty much any line of business. funeral directors... hmmn, pretty much, anyway.

    i actually saw a business card from a funeral home. on the back it said:

    "Thank You for Smoking"

    :D
  • rbernato said...must be the different corporate culture or way of doing business...

    I worked for a small publishing house in Vienna...


    The Germanic culture is very serious as well. Maybe serious is the wrong word, instead...formal, to the extreme!! In Austria or Germany it's just not done, period!


  • rear of a business card, this guy is quite german (though, we did a serious card for him too - depending on who he was handing it to...)
  • There's always the exception to the rule.

    To be truly German though, you need to take several large words, remove the spaces between them and make ONEÜBERWORD that is more precise and all encompassing of his duties for his "Title"!
  • looks a bit odd having hyphenated words on a business card though eh?

    :happy::tongue:
  • aren't hyphenated words it almost mandatory in German?

    a lot ... what GearedUp said... *nod*

    x
  • Yes, but they look shit
  • You sound like me
  • i think, if earlier typographers had thought it through clearly, they'd have co-opted something attractive, like a low-rider tilde to use for hyphenating.
  • they just didn't foresee nicko.

    :) :) :)
  • space150 is a modern creative agency who rebrands itself every 150 days

  • much cooler with the sound muted.
  • it's not the hyphenated word is in any text which is meant to be read through.
  • nicko said...
    space150 is a modern creative agency who rebrands itself every 150 days
    im assuming an agency with a lack of work?
  • Well may be. But if you're feeling experimental you can bang out a dozen good ideas in an hour or two.
  • dieline new logo
    i see that the dieline
    has had a bit of a makeover...

    the redesigned logo references the flat design of packaging 'net' and is probably a little less obvious than the original box design. i prefer the old one, personally. you should view the site to see it in it's full glory ;)

    [hide]
    i'll get round to jazzing this one up a bit at some point, too :)[/hide]
  • think I still prefer the box without the perspective, made it less obvious, could be just me.

  • UEFA cup becomes 'europa league', gets shitty web2.0 logo :)
  • chris said...
    UEFA cup becomes 'europa league', gets shitty web2.0 logo :)


    Why am I thinking "MacDonalds" and cheap french fries? the yellow and the red color is too much mustard and ketchup bottle --

    guess you're supposed to consume rather than watch the game :-(
  • needs more shiny table
  • now that list of logos really dropped the ball ---
  • ^ HA!

    just as i was coming here to post this stationary! :D

    front of invitation

    this is a very small part of a wonderful wedding theme, from announcements to the cake. check it out at cabel.name
  • pimp my logo
    BASIC IDEA
    You send me your logo in vector format, I'll make a cheesy 3second animation of it for free.

    GOAL
    To produce an even cheesier "reel" full of cheesy logo animations.

    WHY ?
    The same reason as your existence.


    ...maybe we should send a fazyluckers logo in (maybe we should have a fazyluckers logo, ffs...)
  • i gave you an animated FL logo. it suffered the same fate as all the logos i gave you. i wonder why..... :D


    the site is "closed to submissions". funny idea, though.
  • Daniel Ballou Business Card
    Design by Daniel Ballou www.dashdotstudios.com
  • state logos in the usa
    united states of logos
    right-click > view image to see at full size
  • Wow, some of those are really uninspired :awkward:
  • mississippi has teh hottness.

    (i also like montana and tennessee, alaska could be cool if it was a little less 'disney')
  • yeah, it was experiencewa.com beta 1.0 (lulz)

    oh and Connecticut - yo dawg, I heard you liked hidden words in your states so we put a hidden word in your state so you can read a hidden word whilst you read your state name
  • north carolina is strong

    not

    hey look i did some similar

    south carolina
    north dakota
    south dakota