Since I first posted work on Logopond.com way back in January of 2008, I've seen the site grow from a hardcore bunch of logo geeks (my people!), into a thriving design community. It's been great to see the many designers from all over the world posting up work to show their wares, discuss the nuances of ligatures and line weights and get in a healthy debate about the many critiques happening every day on the site. I've made many an online friend from my days posting logo work - and even met a few in person. Now, I'm honored to be among the few that have my work showcased on Logopond. You can check out my collection and even peruse the site yourself. There's always plenty to see.
I've been participating in the LogoLounge series by Bill Gardner and Catherine Fishel since submitting work to LogoLounge 2 way back in 2003. It's hard to believe it's been that long. And even though it's been ten years for me (and now the tenth volume that my work appears), it's still exciting when you get word that you've got work in the next book. I am honored to share the latest work here that will be appearing in the upcoming LogoLounge 8, scheduled to publish later this year. LogoLounge from Rockport Publishers is one of the premier design book series that celebrate and showcase the best in logo design throughout the world. There are only 2,000 logos selected for each book out of the now over 200,000 in their database. Some of the best logo work from the top designers and design firms in the business.
You can see my profile on the LogoLounge site under Hubbell Design Works.
I am honored today to receive word that we will have work in the upcoming volume of iheartlogos Season Two. The iheartlogos.com competition model is unique in the fact that the work is judged not by a group of select designers sequestered in a room, but by your own competitors. You are the judge. And so is everyone else.
I have a lot of respect for the work submitted this season and am honored to be included in Season Two's offering. The inaugural book was certainly a nice beginning to a series with great potential, and I'm looking forward to seeing in person in all its glory.
Congratulations to the other designers and firms on their selected work. Cheers.
I am very pleased to announce that three of my logo designs will be included in the upcoming LogoLounge Master Library Vol. 4, Typography and Enclosures – which is now available as of February 2012.
This is the latest installment of the celebrated logo design series by authors Catharine Fishel and Bill Gardner.
To date, their website, LogoLounge.com is one of the premier resources for logo design inspiration with over 140,000 searchable logos. The LogoLounge books are certainly one of the more popular series on graphic design that Rockport Publishers produces. To date, these represent more than 70 logos chosen over the 10 published LogoLounge volumes. Needless to say, I am honored to be a part of it.
Very excited to announce my logo work's inclusion in the debut volume of iheartlogos. This inaugural logo design competition is unique in the fact that the competitors are judges and vice versa.
It's a very different approach to a design competition and the only one of its kind. These five winners were selected among the many other entries by some very talented logo designers and firms from around the world. I am honored to be among the first to get published in this debut volume.
My selections appear on pages 170, 187, 209, 211 and 227, respectively. You can order yours here.
I just received word today that the logo I designed for the Port of Long Beach's Seaport Sustainability Symposium will be included in the upcoming LogoLounge 6 volume by Bill Gardner and Catharine Fishel, published by Rockport Publishers.
This will be my seventh LogoLounge volume that my work has appeared with nearly 70 honored logos.
As quoted by the LogoLounge staff,
This was an incredibly competitive judging session with over 34,000 logos entered for consideration. The work has been chosen for the new book by an international panel of judges. This years panel included, Bart Crosby of Crosby Associates, Hans Hulsbosch of Hulsbosch, Jeannie Servaas of Saffron Brand Consultants Inc., Jessica Hische of Jessica Hische, Marius Ursache of Grapefruit, Sherwin Schwartzrock of Schwartzrock Graphic Arts, Silvio Giorgi of Latinbrand, and Tessa Westermeyer of Landor.
I am certainly proud of my inclusion in these volumes and am honored to be a part of it. Looks like I'll take a long lunch today!