Thursday, January 5, 2006

Cloudjammer In Logo Lounge 2

View Cloudjammer's View Kennesaw State University's Center for Hispanic Study's Cloudjammer Studio, a Roswell-based full-service interactive communications firm, recently had two of its trademark/logo designs included in the book Logo Lounge 2: 2,000 International Identities by Leading Designers, by Bill Gardner and Catharine Fishel, published by Rockport Publishers.

The included designs were those of Cloudjammer Studio, itself, and Kennesaw State University's Center for Hispanic Studies.

Logo Lounge 2: 2,000 International Identities by Leading Designers profiles several noteworthy identity projects by leading designers for a variety of clients in industries ranging from airlines, networks, dot-coms, banks, and fashion. The book also takes a look at several lesser-known boutique projects in which the designer's name is larger than the client's. The first portion of the book profiles ten top designers and spotlights their biggest, newest campaigns. A handful of their smaller projects are also featured, including some that have never before been published, online or in print. The second half of the book contains almost 2,000 logos organized by client type and design theme – this section includes designs by Cloudjammer Studio.

The book is an extension of, a resource for logo and identity designers on the web. At, designers can find thousands of logos for study and inspiration including designs from leading agencies as well as from talented up-and-comers. Over a dozen Cloudjammer Studio designs are included in this database.

The authors include Catharine Fishel of Catharine & Sons, a full-service editorial company that specializes in working with designers and related industries. She frequently writes for Step-by-Step Graphics, PRINT, ID magazine, DesignNet, and other trade publications. She is the author of Designing for Children, Minimal Graphic, and Paper Graphics. Catharine lives in Morton, Illinois.
Bill Gardner is president of Gardner Design and has produced work for Learjet, Thermos, Nissan, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, Coleman Outdoor, Excel, Cargill Corporation, and the 2004 Athens Olympics, His work has been featured in many national and international design exhibitions, including Communication Arts, PRINT, Graphis, and the Museum of Modern Art. fb

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