Brilliant and imaginative reviews for The Life Negroni

The Life Negroni is a project purely from the heart, straddling the world of spirits and mixology, of art and design, of fashion, people and places… even the motor car. Co-authored by me,  a book that traverses through history and across cultures to explore a simple cocktail. And it has been receiving some wonderful reviews too! Thank you to all the critics out there, my colleagues from design and lifestyle magazines, food and cocktail... Read More

Logo Modernism: the persuasive power of image and form

Jens Müller is fascinated by simple, reduced logos. The Düsseldorf-based graphic designer has been collecting examples for some years, examining each one, delving into their past, discovering their origin and narrating their design history. As many as 6,000 have found their way into Logo Modernism to form somewhat of an encyclopaedia of icons of graphic design. The ‘Modernism’ side, says the author, is by sheer chance – Müller just happens... Read More

Book review: Logobook

TASCHEN has a history of publishing fine, highly visual books for the design industry. Its latest, Logobook, which landed in DT’s office the other day, is no exception. In fact the TASCHEN application lends itself incredibly well to a book that promises to be the ‘ultimate logo reference guide’. The story of Logobook began back in 2009, when the author Ludovic Houplain  – founder of H5, a multidisciplinary design studio in Paris... Read More