More and more young people, designers or simple design enthusiasts, are interested in the works of Franco Grignani.
In this video by Emanuele Abrate (ITA) you can learn how to recreate his famous Woolmark logo of 1963.
It is said that one day at lunch he drew a rotation with arches with the prongs of his fork on the white tablecloth: that is the idea of the famous ‘wool ball’, shown by this video, but the story of the Woolmark is really more tangled.
But if you overlap it with the original logo, you will notice something slightly different. Can you find it? (answer on YT in the comments of the video)
Panter Vision proposes a more advanced tutorial in English, but once again there is something different from the original shape:
Finally, inspired by my video on YT, Zhalgas Kassymkulov produced a new tutorial, which is worth mentioning because it’s the only one on the web that puts the triangle in the centre slightly rotated, as it was in the original one of 1964:
Last Updated on 27/02/2022 by Emiliano