The art of the logo

June 2012
Creative Review;Jun2012, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p66
The article reports on the launch of British Airways (BA) airliner in celebration of the Olympics and all things in 2012. Topics discussed include the application of the nine passenger jets projected by artist-designer Pascal Anson, the lost of the opportunities for applying art in brand identity, and the recovery of Spain from the era of dictator Francisco Franco Bahamonde.


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