Logo Collection – Number Theory, 1960s/70s.

by Amy Collier

Sendai Broadcasting
Designed by Yusaku Kamekura (Japan)

Double 2 (unidentified company)
Designed by Gonzalez Ruiz & Ronald Shakespear (Argentina)

Creative Photography Gallery – Exhibition Two
Designed by ?, 1969

Antiques 3 Inc.
Designed by John & Mary Condon (USA)

Olivetti Typewriters
Designed by Florence Bezrutczyk (USA)

Dioguardi – Construction Company
Designed by Mimmo Castellano (Italy)

New Years Issue Magazine
Designed by Abram Games (Great Britain)

Jewish Community Centers of Chicago
Designed by Giulio Cittato (USA)

International Congress for Societies of Industrial Design
Designed by Roger Denning (Great Britain)

Kohei Miura New Years Card
Designed by Kohei Miura (Japan)

Kansai Telecasting Corp.
Designed by Yoshio Hayakawa, 1965 (Japan)

WOR-TV
Designed by Mike Shenon & Richard Luppi (USA)
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A shiny new crop of mid-century modern logos above is marked by beautiful numeric figures. I am especially fond of the marks originating in 1960s Japan. Be sure to follow the respective designer name links to learn more and/or see more of their work.

This is the first post in a two-part mini-series on international integer-centric trademarks so be on the lookout  for an additional serving in coming weeks.

These logos are sourced from Trade Marks & Symbols, Volume 2: Symbolical Designs, part of a comprehensive hardback set brimming with thousands of modern logos. The series is edited by notable Japanese graphic designer Yasaburo Kuwayama, published in 1973.

>> More classic logos on AQ-V

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