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In Brief: Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Reviewed Jul. 5, 2012 by Armin

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Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts, the UK-based magazine for digital artists and designers, has published what they call the Computer Arts Collection, comprised of six, new, 200-plus-page annual issues, each devoted to their core topics: graphic design, typography, illustration, branding, photography, and advertising. Editor Nick Carson was kind enough to send me a sample of the branding annual and it’s pretty fantastic. While it covers some of the same things we do on Brand New — like the EDP, More4, and DC Comics identities — the in-depth coverage and the fact that you can take it with you into the John, makes for a welcome read. The issue is thick with great content, including a 48-page feature story that chronicles the development of an identity project by London-based Studio Output. See more about the branding issue here and the overall collection here. A few images of the magazine below (or after the jump).

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

Computer Arts Collection Volume 1 Part 4: Branding

 

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