Brand Identity Inspiration for Designers: 1976 NASA Graphics Manual

Filed by team twago on August 18, 2015


In another one of those thank you, internet!’ moments, we recently came across this vintage NASA Graphics Standards Manual from way back in 1976.

Cre­ated a year earlier by New York designers Danne & Black­burn, this amazingly detailed man­ual describes the proper use of one of the all-time powerful brand iden­ti­ties.

Certainly one of more fascinating things we’ve seen online when it comes to branding, and a must-see for anyone looking to create a first class corporate identity.

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  1. EP says:

    It is one of the fascinating things I’ve seen when it comes to branding. Must share this to my friends and bookmark it! It is a brand identity inspiration for a graphic designer and surely, many people will love it.

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