Top 10 Most Popular Stories over the Past WeekBy Design Taxi Aug 18, 2012 7:10PM UTC
Stock Logos has compiled a list of famous logo designs and the price that was paid to design them.
In a form of protest, Brazilian artist Fernando de la Rocque uses marijuana smoke to print images.
Ken’s sexual orientation and faux relationship with Barbie has previously-been exposed by photographer Dina Goldstein. Taking a step further, Mattel has now commissioned the first ‘Drag Queen Barbie’.
After IKEA estimated and sold its trademark at $ 9 billion Euros (US$ 11 billion), The Wall Street Journal decided to find out the worth of some of the world’s most popular brands.
3D-printing has been used to create an array of different products—from toys to sculptures and even burritos—so why not create some good old fashion steak for the grill?
Canadian branding firm Compass360 has come up with this tongue-in-cheek guide that features a list of hilarious, made-up branding terms.
Did you know that Theodor Seuss Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) was an advertising illustrator for magazines before he found fame as a children’s book author?
Nashville-based ad agency Red Pepper Land has created a system that automatically checks you in at any business location, and gives you a discount, when it identifies your face.
Andy Hertzfeld, one of the original creators of the Macintosh, recently posted a short clip recorded in 1983—which was intentionally recorded for a TV commercial for Apple, but was never used.
Who needs fairy godmothers or a genie in a bottle, when you can permanently change your physical appearance with a plastic surgeon?