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I’m no high-hat for typography — a artsy at best, absolutely — but the Nobel Prize’s logo redesign is a God-awful way to improve the 123-year-old attribute of animal ingenuity.

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Established in 1895 and aboriginal awarded in 1901 to account those who “have conferred the greatest account to humankind,” the new chantry combines the backward blandness of sans serif with the commonsensical perfunctoriness of the much-beloved and universally deployed Helvetica font. Such an abstract appearance lacks the adroitness accepted of one of civilization’s accomplished honors.

This December, to accompany with its 2018 ceremony, the Nobel Prize alien its new architecture by the Sweden-based Stockholm Architecture Lab as a way to accommodate the assorted stakeholders aural the alignment beneath one holistic cast identity. As the Stockholm Architecture Lab states on its activity page, the new logo is meant “to actualize synergies.” Accordingly, the architecture close has acclimatized its new chantry from argument on the admired Nobel medal. They again based its uppercase book on archetypal geometric shapes and the lowercase belletrist on attitude — aboriginal typefaces like Akzidenz-Grotesk, Berthold Grotesk, and Futura.

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While the anapestic sales-pitch of the new logo absolutely rings seductive, there’s absolute little to abase over in the absolute product. Controversially, the Swedish close has absitively to nix the Nobel Prize’s acclaimed bread from its logo. What is conceivably the organization’s best apparent attribute will no best affection acutely in its public-facing materials. The coin, which has for abounding years affiliated the organization’s assorted apparel beneath a distinct image, will disappear.

Not that the Nobel Prize’s old logo was accomplishing the alignment any favors. Weird letter spacing, bulky Times New Romanesque fonts, and a putrid mustard-colored badge accumulated to actualize a blowzy logo below the prize’s abundant importance. Added maddeningly, the alignment has used slightly altered versions of the badge to differentiate amid things like its concert series, museum, center, and media office. And these images of the badge assume to accept gone through the blender a few times over the years; some like attending poor renditions of Alfred Nobel masquerading as a craven Colonel Sanders, of Kentucky-fried craven fame.

But let not the sins of the accomplished abuse us with a blander future. The alone affair worse than an animal badge is an ugly, accumulated rebranding scheme. Moreover, it signals a polarizing trend that armament brands to accept amid activity abounding angel or abounding text. There are a array of affidavit why a aggregation ability adjudge to go image-only. For a aggregation like Apple, which uses a white macintosh, deploying a attribute is a ability move that denotes aloof how all-knowing the cast is beyond the globe. For museums, nonprofits, and cultural organizations, the use of a text-only logo brings added brainy connotations of breed and learnedness.

The text-only advantage is a accepted best for cultural organizations like the Nobel Prize. Who can balloon the Metropolitan Building of Art’s averseness rollout of their multimillion-dollar rebranding that replaced its beloved, architectural “M,” with the Wolff Olin architecture firm’s stiflingly awkward calligraphy that shouts THE MET at visitors?

Surely the Nobel Prize alignment spent a analogously absonant bulk of money on their redesign. And for what? Three words that bottle the brand, and not the identity, of a admired accolade.

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