A bibliophile, fully-illustrated book about the early days of Jazz in New York. In a blend of illustrations, facts, anecdotes and an accompanying CD of original recordings this book presents 24 leading lights of New York’s jazz scene in the 1920s. Illustration, typography, design and the CD form a graphic unit.
The negative space is used because it makes viewers curious and once they experience that Aha moment, they instantly like it and memorize it. Logo mark has initials J, M, the camera and tripod incorporated in the negative space. Since Jae Murphy often photographs children, the big stairs, formed by name, and low placed camera suggest that kids are welcome. Through Corporate Identity design, the negative space idea from the logo is further developed. It adds a new dimension to every item and makes the slogan, An Uncommon View of the Commonplace, stand true.
The BIA is a local-bird symbol of the Atlantic Sky, which flies over thoughts and dreams over countries, a pilot of nature which transports people, memories, business and companies. At SATA, BIA will always symbolize the union of the nine islands of the Archipelago in one atlantic challenge: take the name of the Azores to the World and bring the World to the Azores. The BIA – Blue Islands Azores – a reinvented açor bird, rectilinear, inspired in the futurism of prototypes, built on its unique genetic code, as asymmetrical, distinct and colored as the nine islands of the Azores.
Adria is small and cozy aircompany with they's traditions and symbols. Despite of size, Adria represents whole nation — Slovenia. Main symbol of both — Slovenia and Adria, leaf of the linden, have been in project of corporate identification. New logo combines few images: the leaf of linden, an aircraft, an arrow and beautiful color. Primary color is specific in creation of identity, it is a symbol of reflection of the sky in Adriatic sea.
Honor Book for the Academic Jubilation of Professor Eduardo Oliveira Fernandes. A person with responsibilities in various areas: is a renowned Professor at the University of Porto with an international academic career of great prestige; A recognized engineer in the areas of energy and environment; Had positions in some governments of Portugal; Also has responsibilities in cultural areas with particular emphasis in the city of Porto. A honor ceremony was held at the University, to which various speakers were invited, this book contains the lectures of these speakers.
Smart, innovative and fresh, the Corporate Identity for G20 Australia 2014 is distinctly Australian and acknowledges its colorful landscapes and Indigenous heritage. The logo represents a weaving together of nations, a gathering of leaders and the journeys they will embark upon throughout 2013-14. Though contemporary use of bespoke Indigenous artwork, and its traditional visual story-telling elements, the identity distinguishes Australia as the host country for the G20 in 2014, and promises a new direction through an emphasis on collaboration and interaction between nations.