Author: Per Mollerup
Diving deeper than just a simple logo collection, Marks of Excellence pulls apart the history and origins of some of the most recognisable logos still around today. Beautifully illustrated and written; a must-have tome.
Author: Michael Evamy
One to keep on the shelf at all times Evamy presents a book that classifies and indexes a comprehensive collection of logos by shape and product. It’s easy to navigate and provides instant inspiration no matter what you’re working on.
Author: Jeff Fisher
A fascinating read about the regeneration of work that started life on the duller side of the design tracks. The book gives great insight into what works, what doesn’t and why.
Author: Margo Chase, Rian Hughes, Ron Miriello and Alex W White
This cleanly designed book features pages of logos annotated with comments and opinions about what makes each logo successful or not. The temptation to submit your own work for the same critique is overwhelming.
Author: John Stones
For something more edgy, have a page through No Rules Logos. Tipping hard and fast rules on their heads this is a great read if you’re looking for new ideas and a fresh perspective.