Knoll present logo. Via Logolog.
Credits: NB Studio
I like it. Very simple, clean and well done.
I am unfamiliar with Knoll. Looking at this logo without a description still leaves me not knowing who they are and what they do. Aesthetics are nice, but thats about it.
Keren, minimalis, awesome.
Text and a bow… woo hoo! Hooray for simplicity!
Very nice… Clean & simple. I take it this is a seasonal derivative of their regular logo?
And it’s Helvetica, check it out http://thehappinessmachine.com/2009/top-50-helvetica-logos/
Minimal and beautiful, great, especially if it is a seasonal derivative.
This is my design!
Quite cool. Simple and to the point.
nice. simple. good looking. what else do you need in there? )
Ironically, Paul Rand has commented on this post 13 years after his death.
prolly this hack logo cheesed him off enough to post a comment from the great beyond.
need to know about the company to comment on the logo..what if it doesn’t fit the companys description of services?
Knoll is a modern furniture company – they are very big in the corporate interior design world. If you’re sitting in a nice workspace, it’s probably 25% likely that it’s Knoll. I didn’t know they gave gifts. Good logo.
Perfecto. Always been a fan of this.
gr8 work , simple and amazing.
This design is exactly like Crate & Barrel. http://www.crateandbarrel.com/. Not very creative in my book.
This is an outstanding example of great logo design, its simple, clean, unique, memorable, scalable, and creative. I love this one. Excellent work on this logo design.
It’s quite ironic that this is being compared to the Crate&Barrel logo. Not only was Knoll established well before C&B and played an incomparably more important role in the history of modern design, it’s also like saying that a Mercedes is not creative because it looks like a Chinese rip-off.
Very smart and elegant design, btw.
Classic. Great use of negative space, brilliant design.
I’m hoping this is a *deliberate* reference to Paul Rand’s UPS logo?
Regardless of whether Knoll has been around longer than Crate and Barrel, Crate and Barrel has the more recognizable name/logo. This logo looks exactly like C&B, not the other way around.
Design doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Yes this is a nice logo, basic and clean, as far as that goes. But it *looks* just like someone else’s logo – maybe even two other logos if you count UPS too. Therefore, it is not a good design.
Katie, design exists on a time-line. A design that preceded a similar approach will generally receive the credit for that idea. You can’t fault a logo for looking similar to another piece that comes “after” it. And since when did being recognizable have anything to do with being good? We all know Google, yet I don’t see that on logo of the day.
Honestly, your arguments are so ridiculous they are mind-boggling.
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