LogoArchive #3

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This project intends to explore the potential of the zine to reconfigure itself regularly over time. Issue 3 begins with the notion of scientists reconfiguring the natural world, then makes a connection with designers remixing the visual world, just as LogoArchive itself is composed of found and previously unassociated symbols. This is developed further in the use of recycled paper for the insert – materials repurposed – in the architecture of the page – the potential to create new relationships and reveal alternative dialogues with a half page – and finally, within the three texts. These look at contextual loss in the transition from material object to digital artifact, an old folding technique given an innovative new life and the potential of the logo to transcend its corporate utility. 

Designer: Richard Baird / LogoArchive
Publisher: BP&O
Language: English
Size: 5.8 × 8.3" / 148 × 210 mm
Pages: 18
Publication: 2018 
Binding: Stapled Booklet