The logo for the Catalan bank La Caixa (house) of Landor (1980) I wish I had designed myself. I like the timelessness and the relationship with Catalan culture; that makes it unique. Although the concept of the starfish (also a house) and the coins came from Landor, it was the Catalan Miró himself who signed the logo - which gave the logo extra charge. Intriguing are also those quotation marks in the word mark.
Jaco EmmenTel Design
Although I really like illustrative logos (and have drawn many myself), finding the imagination in the word itself is not only practical but also the purest. And perhaps also the most timeless. As a starting designer, I was surprised to see the emergence of the logo and house style for the land register, in which the presentation by Ronald van Lit on the basis of font Walbaum was completely sketched by hand. The house style itself was developed phenomenally. The fact that every house style requires freshening up in no way justifies the rigorous mutilation of 2006.