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Logos Never Die


Pan Am was one of the better symbols of post-war Americana—from shuttling the Beatles across the Atlantic to making space flights in 2001—and it doesn’t hurt that the globe logo is one of the more iconic pieces of design to ever come out of a creative shop. Of course, they haven’t booked a flight for nearly 20 years…but that’s never stopped us before.

An outfit called Pan Am Brands popped up at the latest Project trade show with the famous globe pasted onto gym bags and weekenders—making it the perfect example of a zombie brand. But the logo's so handsome we don’t really mind. Since we can’t vouch for the quality of the bags (or the website for that matter), we’d recommend sticking to something small like a passport case—but you can count on a double-take from security.

The Brand Eaters


Members Only, everyone’s favorite 80s scapegoat, is re-launching today under the watchful eye of Kelli Delaney, alumnus of such esteemed publications as Allure, Glamour, and that pinnacle of fashion wisdom, Us Weekly. But more interesting are the places she hasn’t worked. Not only is this Delaney’s first foray into the production side of the business, she had no connection whatsoever with the 80s incarnation of Members Only.

In other words, it’s the clothing equivalent of Tab Energy »