Design Students Create Hebrew Versions of Logos
Famous brands need to redesign their logos when they choose to expand overseas, to adapt to the various markets.
As one of the assignments for his Advanced Typography class, Israel-based typographic artist Oded Ezer asked his students to design Hebrew versions of logos that already exist in various languages.
The result? Visual translations that are almost accurate to the original logos were created by the visual communication students of Holon Institute of Technology.
“By investing and understanding the very basic structures and architectures of the Hebrew letters, the task was to match—stylistically—the two languages without forcing the Hebrew to look like English, Arabic or Japanese letters,” Ezer told designboom.
“It sounds easy, but it’s not. The students simply did a very good job here.”
[via designboom and Brand New ]