Monthly Archives: May 2007

One of The Dark Scientists logos I designed is going to be featured in Logo Lounge 4.

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We’re pleased to announce that the judging for LogoLounge Book 4 has been completed.

Once again, our judges_this year, Louis Lygo of Wolff Olins, Jerry Kuyper of Jerry Kuyper Partners, Jason Schulte of Office, Gaby de Abreu of Switch Branding & Design, Haley Johnson of Haley Johnson Design, Neville Brody of Research Studios, Janet Martin of Communication Arts, Inc., and Chris Campbell of Interbrand_were faced with an awesome task.

Each judge reviewed thousands of logos from around the world, each mark submitted by talented LogoLounge members. With a total of over 28,000 logos judged, the judges chose 2,000 and the final collection is not only an excellent point-in-time examination, it is full to the brim with inspiration, higher thinking, and craftsmanship.

The new book will be released by Rockport Publishers in February of 2008. Thank you to all LogoLounge members who participated in this project. We hope that the book, its predecessor, and the web site with over 65,000 logos, will continue to feed your mind, inspire your creativity, and further develop your sense of community amongst designers and peers around the globe.

Best Regards,

Bill Gardner
Founder, LogoLounge

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A few select images from the Dark Scientists exhibition are currently featured at Be sure to check it out.

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I should have all of the new work posted on my site very very soon.

I’m finally returning to some form
of normalcy
cleaning up the debris
from the fury
of the dark scientists
my paint brushes are still sitting in dirty water
my fingers still dirty with paint

The next few days are going to be dedicated to
catching up on some freelance design projects I was working on before the show

I’m not sure when I’ll get back into the studio

no shows planned

I’m throwing around the idea of doing a short film….

Here is a little digital portrait of Arran.

I will post images from the Dark Scientists Show soon. I still need to photograph the work.