Mr. Michael Delahunt
Graphic Design 1 & 2
Make a Collection of 50 Logos
A logo, also known as a trademark, is an identifying mark for a product, service, or organization.
Use your browser to visit web sites where you can copy logos, and then paste them onto new pages in Adobe Illustrator.
You will be designing logos yourself in other assignments. The goal of this assignment is get you started in thinking about their design by researching what kinds of logos have already been designed.
In your collection of logos, include at least five of each of the following types of companies:
- sports equipment
- sports teams
- bands / music groups
- food or beverage
Here are links to some pages where you're sure to find examples you can include in your collection:
- ArtLex defines "logo" and displays examples
- Major League Baseball
- Plush Skateboards
- Sumitomo Sitix Silicon, Inc.
- XEN Skateboard Co.
Some of the best search engines are:
Complete your collection of 40 logos found on the Internet: Tuesday, November 6th.
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I have taught art at three elementary schools in the Paradise Valley Unified School district (northeastern Phoenix and north Scottsdale) from 1986-. I began publishing information about my classes on the Web in 1995. I taught at Pinnacle High School during the 2001-2002 school year, and posted these lessons that year. I will maintain them as time permits.
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