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“Logo R.I.P. is not just a nostalgia trip, but a serious questioning of the ephemerality of modern life.”

– The Sunday Times

“Logo R.I.P. works both as a critique of corporate culture and design’s complicity in it and a celebration of some of the past century’s most resonant graphic symbols… It may be clever enough to appeal to anti-corporate activist and corporate climber alike.”
– EYE Magazine

“Given the morbidly clever way the logos are presented,
I don’t think I’ll forget them too soon.”
– Steven Heller / Print Magazine

“In the ruthless business environment of today it has become important to honour and recognise another key feature of our social landscapes: the logo.”
– Design Indaba

“A well-researched, handsome, and memorable book”.
– Michael Bierut

“And you don’t have to be deeply immersed in the graphic field to find something to appreciate.”
– Fast Company

“This fully revised version of ‘Logo R.I.P.’ is an acknowledgment of the growing movement to document the cultural and design history of trademarks; particularly icons from the golden era of corporate identity design (1950s to the 1970s).”
– The Huffington Post

“The notes are the strongest asset of the book: well-informed and often hilarious.”
– de Volkskrant

“Logo R.I.P. is more than just a frivolous bit of fun at the expense of defunct institutions or over-greedy corporations who went tits-up… It serves as a genuinely useful archive and reference resource.”
– Dazed & Confused

“This book is an obituary to the visual casualties of today’s ruthless business environment, and to those trademarks that have tried to battle the powers of globalisation.”
– Creative Review

“Logotypes get scrapped everyday, as casualties of mergers, bankruptcies and new-image campaigns. Their passings are generally unsung, but Logo R.I.P., offers dignified adieus to 50 defunct graphic icons.”
– Print

“Behind every good logo is a hidden history of the rise and fall… Logo R.I.P., is a compact, well-illustrated study.”
– NRC Handelsblad

“The Stone Twins are the undertakers of style… Included in this hall of fame, are 50 pertinent logos who do not deserve oblivion; but a minute silence… and this commemorative book.”
– Étapes

“A beautifully crafted book.”
Logo Design Love

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