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One more logo showcase, but in this one you really will need to look twice! Every logo is carefully picked with second thought and I think such logos are really hard to create. Get inspired, hopefully this article will help you to look different at logo creation – it’s not always just about typography, good looking font and nice animation.
You need to really deliver message to people and you need to deliver the RIGHT message – those are logos, which will be remembered. Of course it’s hard task, but this collection should help to get better!
Designed by Sibley/Peteet design
This one is my favorites logos and it is unforgettable! White playhorse which everybody knows and can recognize with black colored outline of child on the horse and black background which makes an illusion that child had disappeared. Amazing, what designers can create just from shapes and two basic colors!!!
Designed by The Brand Union
Avid’s logo is composed of simple geometric shapes derived from the fundamental buttons of the digital audio and video solutions: volume up, volume down, play, pause, record and forward, signaling of the companies core audio and video offerings. Company’s name is spelled out in distinctive and abstract letterforms.
Designed by Seamoose
Logo design for rock band from Vancouver B.C. This logo is very intelligent solution in my opinion.All what designer did was take all the letters of the word BISON and make them look like a bison body. I like the way how the body details are found within the letters, as tail or horn. The version linked seems like a much easier execution.
Designed by Stylo Design
Really original and fresh logo design with variations of an 8 to made word eight. Even the placing of TM is placed in the right place to create an angle and clarity of the design.
Designed by Landor Associates
This logo was created to drive public action on climate change. If everyone could change their behavior by just one degree, we could change the future of the planet. Both – number 1 and symbol of degree represents a person and meaning of conception.
Designed by dache
This logo was created using different colored puzzle pieces locking together in the shape of a cross and represents how many parties can come together and fix their own problems in an online resource.
Designed by mavleeb
Don’t need any explanation .Simple, smart and clear.
Designed by Mugar Mihai
Butterfly, two faces, person with wings or maybe inkpot? Freedom of mind. Fantastic and awesome representation of the field it was designed for.
Designed by 300million
Logo for guild of food writers. Spoon within a true nibbled fountain pen. There is a meaning!
Designed by Jovan Rocanov
The idea of this logo, which is designed for Consumer Society and Citizen Networks, of course was to show the protection of the consumers. There is combined a well-known symbol of the market such as the bar code (which graphically looks like the rain) with an ordinary umbrella (symbol of protection).
Designed by hemisferiod
Manipulation of the words within the clever graph representation.
Designed by AlexWende
They provide custom data driven web and application solutions and enables designers to incorporating their graphics into this solutions.
Designed by JasonCho
You can see forest and piano keys and can see them together…So clever and clear!!!
Designed by NEXQUNYX
This logo is the sort of simple excellence that can inspire. Great monogram. Smart solutions.
Designed by logotomy
Logo design for personal name. It speaks by itself and the opened forehead is what draws you into the surprise of a TM…
Designed by ohTwentyone
Great, captivating and very well balanced illustration! Quick recognition, and the strong horizontal and vertical orientation representing stability, integrity and spells out companies name.
Designed by TKhoury
Can You Fold it? Do You see the integration of the F and I? Looks really slick and nice, great concept!
Designed by chungdha
Origami frog and the word derived from origami and frog. Clever!
Designed by Fogra
Powerful! Nice interpretation about socket and shock!
Designed by Houston-we
Foot with foot in the right direction. Surprisingly easy to be read!
Designed by WetDog
Logo for orthopedic surgeon specializing in feet.Nice mark – perfect and friendly for the name.
Designed by Sir-SiriX
Designed by Siah Design
So simple logo but such great concept behind it. Could be a film reel, could be a mask. Fantastic!
Designed by North Design
The Mill is a post-production and visual effects company in the UK.! If the logo was seen only on its own it would not have the strength. Mill logo is hard to forget because of connection to The Mill – so strong and simple it is.
Designed by mister jones
Logo for an anti-social network site, could not fit better. Don’t need any explanation, I think!
Designed by cerise
Logo for adventure wear brand.
I get associations with army wear, but concept is pretty good!
Designed by Karl-Design
Logotype Against Nazism and Racism. It is a bit provocative and says a lot really, but the logo is awesome!
Designed by Harshak Dmitry
Keyhole within a B. Unlock a secret of business! Nice and clever!
Designed by VikkiV
Excellent concept. Barefoot awoke an emotion to run to the beach.
Designed by Sibley Peteet Design
Made for spring line clothing collection. Fresh, nice and powerful!
Designed by eziemac
In origami style. Could see KS immediately. Great conception, nice look and smart!
Designed by Jure Klaric
Clean graphics displayed in this logo.full of mean, simple illustration… Nice coloring and typography, brilliant concept.
Designed by Nima Jazireh
Very meaningful logo with great concept.
Designed by junian Round 5, letters make up an icon.
I like the way how the fingers are found within a letters. Clever solution.
Designed by Logomotive
A combination of the word Loc and Key. Smart logo.
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Dainis Graveris is 23 years old blogger and designer, founder of 1stWebDesigner, now more silently managing everything behind the scenes. He usually hangs out in Twitter tweeting design related links and chatting with people. If you have any questions or feedback that's the best place to start! Cheers!
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