Canada 150th Anniversary by Richard Marazzi - This is the most ornate of my logo studies for this project. The curvature of the word “Canada” implies that the country is located in the northernmost top of the globe. The leaf takes the form of lights or the Aurora Borealis to show off the celebratory nature of the event. The phrase “150 years young” is a playful way of emphasizing our country’s relative youth with humour and wit.
Canada 150th Anniversary by Richard Marazzi - Here is a classic and timeless type treatment in an all caps serif typeface. This logo has a vintage feeling and emphasizes our nation’s history all in a classic way. The leaf in the circle pays homage to our contributions in major conflicts (especially World War II) and as a leader on the international stage
|Publisher:||New York : Stein and Day, 1980.|
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Unico Furniture by Richard Marazzi, via Behance | Unico Furniture is an Italian furniture manufacturer based in Milan Italy. We wanted to create a logo and brand that showed history in a modern context. To create a brand that fits into the italian environment we were inspired by the typography of the Florence Train Station. We also pulled apart the leaf branch and olive branch from the official seal to create a subtle ornament.
Canada 150th Anniversary by Richard Marazzi - This seal combines a “retro” and vintage feel with a modern application. The tag-line “150 years strong… and free” quotes from our national anthem: with glowing hearts we see thee rise, the true north strong and free!