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Angus Hyland on logos

Angus HylandAngus Hyland, photo by Elizabeth Crawford.

“Pirelli [tyres] breaks a lot of typographic rules with its overly stretched P; the longer the word, the more horizontal it becomes and the less functional it is. It breaks all conventions. It’s kind of ugly in its weirdness, which probably would have never got through a boardroom now. It’s part of its charm and distinctiveness.”

Pirelli logoPirelli logo, via The F1 Times.

“My very favourite mark is the World Wildlife Fund. I’d love to have done that. That’s the one. The giant panda is the perfect choice; the way it’s drawn is charming and very enduring.”

World Wildlife Fund logoWWF photo via Stéfan.

Pentagram partner Angus Hyland talks logos in Adweek.

Related:
Sketches of the World Wildlife Fund logo.
A look inside his book co-effort (with Steven Bateman), Symbol.

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