The first issue of LogoArchive in print was conceived, designed and sent to the printers (for quotation) within a day. It was inspired by a panel discussion that took place the day before at Somerset House as part of the exhibition Print! Tearing It Up. Following a successful launch of the first and second issues, LogoArchive returns with its third release dedicated to the corporate symbols of science and exploring the theme of reconfiguration.
Issue 3 sees LogoArchive begin to assert its concept more concisely, tackling the theme of reconfiguration directly in the collation of found science symbols (science being a tool for the reconfiguration of the natural world), three original texts, the recycled paper of the insert and how the singular vessel of the logo book has been reimagined as an ongoing series of light booklets.
Images: Duane Dalton