Item description for Lingua Universalis: Global Wordless Understanding by R. Klanten, Johannes Plass & Mutabor...
This book follows up to the success of dgv's bestseller Lingua Grafica, which has established itself as a leading tool for guiding international designers in their everyday work. The expectations of fans of its predecessor will not be disappointed -- Lingua Universalis also features a structured portfolio of the latest logos and icons done by the Mutabor design studio.
Lingua Universalis explains the process behind logo creation from the perspective of the award-winning creative team. Mutabor breaks down the development of various logos into a series of steps. This visual presentation shows designers examples of how they can approach complex and abstract subjects in logo design.
With Lingua Universalis, another book has been created which will serve designers worldwide as both a source of inspiration and a practical reference work.
See also: Lingua Grafica
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Reviews - What do customers think about Lingua Universalis: Global Wordless Understanding?
continued inspiration Dec 25, 2007
i bought this book in the middle of my graphic design education, and i also like to create more character works for myself and i continue to look back on this book and flip through it for inspiration. it has a lot of visual goodies to get anyone who's stuck out of the creative mud and get thinking again.
not bad for a sequel Mar 26, 2007
This book is the sequel of the world famous Lingua Grafica: nice product, big idea but like every sequel is a little interesting confronted the first book.
inspiring again... Feb 6, 2006
Lingua Universalis is the second book published by the german design firm MUTABOR, Hamburg. like their first book (Lingua Grafica) it is a collection of logos and symbols for various clients like audi or greenpeace magazine. a huge archive of modern, but sometimes also classic logotypes, fresh and inspiring at once.
my proposal: first buy their first book and if you like it, Lingua Universalis is a must have as well!