Take a look inside some vegetarians’ freezers and you’ll see a bevvy of frozen, fake-meat fare. Veggie burgers, fakin’ bacon, “chicken” patties—if there’s a real meat you’re hankerin’ for, chances are you can find a veggie-based substitute. And while these faux meat entrees serve as a source of lean protein, in most cases, they’re also heavily processed.
Last week, I wrote about ongoing plans to decrease cows’ carbon emissions, a pretty huge effort considering that livestock account for about 18 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Many folks promote vegetarianism or eating less meat as a method of curbing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. But does swapping a beef burger for a Boca Burger really benefit the planet?
Classy logo and packaging for Vero. I’m not familiar with the brand but it’s interesting to see the process behind creative pursuits. Even when they are client-commissioned. :P
The simplicity of the studies gives the impression that logo design isn’t all that hard, but I do believe that a lot of prior thinking goes into the process before actual execution. Logos are meant for longevity after all, so there has to be an amount of certainty or trust in the final logo.
Read the article to find out more. The designer, Jacob Cass, details it quite well and shares his own helpful hints in logo design. :)
Seeking advice is addicting and can become a proxy for action. Giving it can also be addicting in a potentially pretentious, soul-rotting sort of way, and can replace experimenting because you think you know how things work. Be suspicious of lists, advice, and lists of advice.
Quite accurately describes what I tend to fall prey to. Read the link for more advice (which you shouldn’t necessarily take to heart) from graphic designer, writer, and overall creative person, Frank Chimero.
“Wrongologist” and author of Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error, Kathryn Schulz wittily gives us a slap in the face to remind us that we shouldn’t always be too sure of ourselves as “right”, and to acknowledge and embrace our ignorance. :)