The Art of Hunger: ‘Food & Drink Logos’ Makes the Perfect Kitchen Companion
When you see McDonald’s golden arches, you think Big Mac, french fries, and a Coke. Food and drink logos occupy a special place in graphic design, doing double duty by appealing to consumers’ eyes, as well as their stomachs.
Recently released by UK publishers Counter-Print, Food & Drink Logos is the third in a mini series of paperback logo books offered by the online book shop. Followed by Architectural Logos and Maritime Logos, the new release spotlights a selection of food and drink logos from some of the world’s most talented designers, including: Asís, Carpenter Collective, Rob Clarke, Commune, Doublenaut, Jay Fletcher, Futura, Steve Gavan, Heydays, IWANT, and Jones Knowles Ritchie.
Inside you’ll find logos, trademarks, and symbols designed of fruit, vegetables, doughnuts, burgers, hot dogs, plates, glasses, and cutlery. At a slim 108 pages, the book pairs perfectly with a coffee table, an excellent kitchen companion that’s easy to flip through while you’re waiting for the water to boil.
Get your copy of Food & Drink Logos here. Or satisfy your design fix with Counter-Print’s Logo Book Set, which includes all three volumes in the series at a discounted price.
Food and drink logos occupy a special place in graphic design, doing double duty by appealing to consumers’ eyes, as well as their stomachs.
Counter-Print: Food & Drink Logos | Architectural Logos | Maritime Logos | Logo Book Set