SW: Reminiscent of one of our exercises, which i enjoyed. I am always needing to be reminded to think out of the box with design and this is a good example of doing so in a simple way. - Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series.
Festival d'été de Québec -- the "before" logo is at the top and a whole suite of "after" logos below. We like this trend of creating different versions of the logo. They don't leave any confusion that it is the same entity, but they do spice things up! From leBel communication. Pinned by Ignite Design & Advertising, Inc. www.clickandcombust.com
Color Psychology of Logo Design http://www.colourlovers.com/blog/2013/07/29/color-psychology-of-logo-design?utm_source=feedburner_medium=email_campaign=Feed%3A+Colourlovers+%28COLOURlovers+%3A%3A+Color+Trends+%26+Inspiration%29
What a wonderful world persuasion has! In this FREE lesson, students will get familiar with Aristotle's three rhetorical appeals for persuasion- Logos, Ethos, and Pathos. With an informational activity sheet, along with a *Sell Me This Pen* worksheet, students will find current examples of an ancient concept in modern commercials, as well as state their own case by selling an item they carry with them every day!