Dainis Graveris

Dainis is 25 years young man, who struggled for 3 years while studying in design academy and working for local design agency, because of ignorant teachers and agency boss. He couldn't believe this is all life could offer to him! And then he discovered true Internet possibilities, he was lucky to find his passion early in life and take advantage of this beautiful Information (Internet) Age! Now he is committed to help others succeed, to help others take charge of their life and follow their passion! His goal is to open Your eyes and help unveil Your true potential!

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  1. Stan says

    Hmm it appears like your site ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any suggestions for first-time blog writers? I’d definitely appreciate it.

  2. Shane Harwood says

    Nice collection, but it should be said here that there is a very thin line between inspiration and copying.

  3. Patrick Hayes says

    I totally agree with you, in today world logo design is very much popular and this process is expanding every day. The information you have provided in this article would surely help most of the people. I highly appreciate your professional approach. Keep sharing such more fascinating blogs.

  4. Aaron says

    Thanks for your hard work for logo design inspiration resource website, I like those as well.

  5. John says

    Thanks for taking the time to discuss this logo designs, I like this. I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful for me.

  6. Ashley Simpson says

    FaveUp and LogoSauce has been providing very much creative and latest information regarding the logo design. These specially have easy to understand logo designs.

  7. Ashley Simpson says

    @Logo of the day, @Brand New are my hot favirate website to follow the designs whenever i found myself in difficulty to create more more stylish and creative design.

  8. alex d says

    Every business needs a logo. Logo design is essential to the success of your growing business. The company logo is part of your company’s marketing campaign, and a strong image that your market can latch onto. Always find the best business logo possible.

  9. Ben says

    So much logo design inspiration on this website. For any logo, cartoon characters may be used but not the picture of any person.

  10. Barney says

    I agree that LogoPond deserves to be the top of the list. The designs found there look more professional. It can be frustrating to see consistently mediocre designs when you’re browsing online and looking for a visual inspiration.

  11. GaryR says

    Great collection of excellent logo inspiration websites, this will definitely be very useful to all those budding logo designers out there (including myself) thanks!

  12. says

    Logopond is FANTASTIC! So much logo design inspiration on that website. I will be spending the next few hours looking through all the others, thanks for sharing.

  13. says

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with some pics.

  14. Wayne says

    This can be a superb subject to talk regarding. We appreciate you setting up this site. I’m sure there are a lot searching for these kinds of discussion.

  15. Ronald says

    Behind every memorable brand, there is an unforgettable logo design. The foundation of a logo design revolves around three essential pillars …font, color and symbol.

    Rongdhonu Graphics offer high quality logo and corporate identity design at low prices.

  16. MS Bhatti says

    A good compilation of logos and some of them are really very attractive and inspirational. I have copied some of the logos, including No. 20 LogoMoose, to stretch their ideas as a token of experiment.

    The designing of logo may be a matter of seconds for art designer or it may take months. Anyhow, the logo indirectly represents the theme of a firm. The selection of color scheme and its embellishment with graphics and visuals is the core point of logo designing. For any logo, cartoon characters may be used but not the picture of any person. A logo is meant for an immediate recognition.

  17. MS Bhatti says

    Some of all-time best logos from over all the world have been brought together here. The logo designing may be cartoonish, graphical, visual or wordy with a little bit embellishment of illustratory work. For an amateur art designer, these logos are exemplary.
    A logo represents the whole manifesto and background of company. The logo should always be unique and free of ambiguity.

  18. says

    Amazing collection you got. Love the design and style of each one. Brilliant idea on putting those logo design together in one site like this so that everyone could see. This could be one good resources to view. Thanks for sharing this, looking forward for the next post.

  19. Lauren says

    Awesome sites :) I really love them all. These websites will surely help my designers to learn alot.

  20. says

    Looks like a great way for logos to become homogenized, viewing others portfolios for “inspiration.”

  21. says

    Logo’s design sources you shared on this blog are really nice attractive, unique and with new concept. I’ve already checked out some out of them.

    It’s a good platform to share their ideas.

  22. says

    Alot of sites here I haven’t not seen, thank you for this writeup. You can never have enough inspirational resources to view. Keep it up!

  23. says

    Awesome collection!!-

    Some of these are really amazing! I Love IT :P

    And honestly, you have a great list. I just can’t stop drooling.

    thanks for sharing

  24. Jack Logo says

    I had heard of the Logo of the Day and the carbonmade and a few others but others I had not heard of. Thanks for taking the time to put all these resources for us. Keep doing the great work.

  25. Carla says

    Great post thanks for the information. There are many sites i haven’t heard of before.

    Thanks again.

    Regards
    Carla

  26. Yura says

    Hi!

    Thank you for featuring StationeryStyle. I just wanted to let you know that we have completely re-developed the website and that hopefully if you will be writing an updated post of all the inspiration resources you would be kind enough to feature the new SS. Thanks for your time and best regards!

  27. says

    When it comes to Web designing logo is always considered as one of the most important part of G.D . Well basically web design is the ability of designing and graphical appearance of content which is conveyed to a user through the World Wide Web for this all we need to do is to be creative which is just a mental process involving the generation of new ideas and concepts and it leads us to the right path for designing da most suitable logo.

  28. Dana says

    Logo Pond is my most favorite site for acquiring creative inspiration, next comes logo lounge and logo design love. Designs on these sites are innovative and inspiring. Awesome work by designers on these top logo designing sites.

  29. Ashley Adams says

    Who doesn’t like a good logo?

    And, who doesn’t like a nice logo showcase? Especially if it is as detailed and diligently made as this one?

    This post is oozing inspiration from every inch of its being. Just the right thing for you when you are down on creativity and are in search of some good ideas to refuel your imagination.

  30. Alex says

    Nice collection and Logo Design Love is best resource and my favorite. Thanks a lot for sharing this cute list and keep it up!

  31. Paul Howalt says

    Yep! – These are great showcases of visual problem solving at it’s most fundamental (and monumental)! Wonderful Stuff!!!!

    My concern is that because all these sites exist, the logo design world is getting extremely “incestuous” – I can’t tell you how depressing it is that there is SO MUCH blatant derivative ripping off of great designers going on. And then they display the work at the same site they ripped it off of.- LOL!

    Let the great ORIGINAL visuals flow! :-) Be inspired, not tempted! ;-)
    What a great profession to be a part of!
    Happy Wednesday all!

  32. Dicky says

    Really helpful for those looking for inspiration to design logo.

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  33. Zábavná videa says

    Very nice inspiration gallery. Thanks!!! Great job! respect+

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  34. says

    Nice to see my site being listed here even though it hasn’t been updated for a while (well, over a year that’s for sure and site design is already outdated, etc). I’m working on the major update for the site, so hopefully it’ll be even more useful design source for everyone. Once again, thanks, it’s an honour!

  35. says

    Definitely a great wealth of resources here for logo design inspiration. I am certainly in need of it for my own logo.

    ~ Kristi

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  37. says

    @Bojan Stefanovic nice to see You passing by. You got really impressive portfolio couldn’t not to include Your site too. And sure, I corrected my mistake.

    @Frank thanks, I don’t think this article actually is worthy for front page, but I am happy to see it becoming so popular.

    Dainis Graveriss last blog post : 25 Sources For Logo Design Inspiration

  38. Printing Capalaba says

    Very cool list thanks.

    @Bojan The internet is full of alot of BS’ers with that said do you really get 90% of your work from galleries? Realistically what is this figure roughly…I mean are we talking 1 every 6 month or what? I ask because I guess I too am like ‘Jason’ this can easily be seen in crap house sites like SitePoints 99designs! On that site there are honestly 4-5 designers who actually do work that is professional. The majority are just scam artists!

  39. says

    Nice collection Dainis. I noticed that it’s not the first time my web site is put among logo galleries that i frequently visit :) The fact that i really put almost every one of my logos there probably helps :)
    @Jason – that’s the trade off – 90% of my clients are commming from galleries mentioned. On the other hand, in today’s flow of information i learned that ripoff artist hardly can survive for few days. The designer community is getting stronger, so you cannot hide when you steal. Everything that end up online, eventually will be brought to light.

    p.s. Dainis, can you please revise the title above my site to say “Logoholik” instead of “Logoholic”. Cheers!

  40. jason says

    I’m not sure why sites like these exist. When we create something, we certainly like to show it off, I understand that. However, to me, posting your logo is just inviting the extreme form of flattery known as being ripped off. We may believe that it’s going to bring more work, but let’s be honest, the only people that look at logo galleries are logo designers, not people who need logos.

  41. Frank Stallone says

    Congratulations on making it to the Digg front page; I think many more of your articles are front page material. =D

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  42. joão says

    great article!
    I’m already saving some of these websites to my delicious :)

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