This John Lloyd interview on Designer’s Journal is a good read.
“I think the symbol we created in 1986 for BAA (British Airports) is the most visually satisfying. I still like it for its utter simplicity. The three unadorned triangles constitute a symbol that immediately evokes airport activities and aviation but is clearly not an airline brand.”
— JOHN LLOYD
Related, the fourth issue of Boat Magazine focuses on the Greek capital.
“#5 Keep your exclamation points under control. You are allowed no more than two or three per 100,000 words of prose.”
A number of Elmore Leonard’s novels have been adapted as films, including Out of Sight in 1998, Get Shorty in 1995, and Rum Punch (as the 1997 film Jackie Brown).
If you could put any video game into a museum, would it be one of the 14 chosen by MoMA? I don’t know them all, but Tetris and Another World would definitely make my list.
Photo from The King of Legoland
Louise Kyme, brand and design manager at the British Heart Foundation, shares ten pieces of advice about being a good client, and getting the best from a creative agency. On Design Week.
Removal of design from school curriculum is “insanity” — Neville Brody interviewed by dezeen.
Previously: From the reader #14