Metahaven and Marina Vishmidt Lars Müller, 2010 PDF
Selections Alexander Negrelli JVE, 2011 PDF
Margit Rosen from Generous Structures, Casco Issues XXII Sternberg Press, 2011 PDF
Liz Kotz October, 2001. PDF pp 54–62, 71–80.
The logo itself does not function as logo until it is firmly attached — physically and conceptually — to a particular, proprietary object or set of objects. While it may be said to exist without such an object, a logo does not attain its status as a symbol of value — that is, it does not have currency — until the system of objects to which it is affixed gives it meaning.
Structure, in its basic sense, is the combined unity of the parts and joints of entities. It is a pattern of dynamic cohesion in which noun and verb, form and to form, are coexistent and interchangeable; of interacting forces perceived as a single spatio-temporal entity.
The conception of a corporate identity must be planned for all the information media which a firm uses for transacting its internal and external business.
Vital question: can a mark be variable without at the same time forfeiting its mark-like character?
Ideology represents the imaginary relationship of individuals to their real conditions of existence.
from Graphic Design: Now in Production
Andrew Blauvelt, Ellen Lupton (eds.). Walker Art Center, 2011.