Sagmeister & Walsh Recreate Adobe’s Logo As A Game Show [Video]

Sagmeister & Walsh Recreate Adobe’s Logo As A Game Show [Video]
Design & Architecture

The two designers have 10 minutes to generate new ideas under the watchful eye of five design legends.

Ross Brooks
  • 5 march 2014

When Adobe asked Sagmeister & Walsh to create an interpretive graphic of their logo, the company decided to turn the design process into its very own game show. The competition sees Jessica Walsh, who will be speaking at this year’s PSFK Conference, pitted against Stefan Sagmeister to see who can come up with the most creative design.

The format of the show requires the pair to create their interpretations of Adobe’s logo using materials that are selected from a spinning wheel. Both contestants only have 10 minutes to come up with something, while top design names such as Stefan BucherJessica Hische, and Joshua Davis preside over the events to make sure everything stays above board.


Be sure to check out the video to see some of the industry’s most creative have some fun:

The second episode of the series is also available on the Sagmeister & Walsh Vimeo Page if you’re interested to see more.

Sagmeister & Walsh

Source: Creative Bloq



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