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. Kristen says

    Thanks, I love seeing what other clever designers are doing! Inspries me.

  2. Cody says

    Great typography and great logo designs. It’s difficult to keep a logo simple, yet complex… but the designs are proof that a good designer can achieve it! Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Dorae says

    typography plays a big part in making or breaking a design, especially if the design’s main focus is typography.

  4. roberrt says

    This is really amazing logo inspiration.
    i love it . simple n sweet.
    Thanks boooks marking this site

  5. web design says

    I think all of these are GREAT concepts, but I like the following best:

    6. Tic Toc Time
    8. Artists United
    19. Looks of love

  6. Mohsin Nazir says

    Simplicity is the best either in daily life or in designing. all the logos are very simple but have a professional look.

  7. says

    There are many clever semiotics missed here. For example: in the “Seolution” also the “e” and backwards “c” (that is not actually part of the word) reffer to a partnership between man and woman, but not necessarily a woman as bussiness partner (because “c” is not part of the word). It can be your wife simply help at home to make you happy.

    Also the “Jump” logo is very silly.

  8. Walter says

    There are loads of sites with logo inspiration which can provide a large amount of logos for your design work. It’s nice to see a small selection purely for inspiration.

  9. Trent says

    While some logos are fantastic, I think a few of them are really horrible. For instance, “haters” is unreadable, it takes a bit to figure out what it says. Logo is one of the first things the people pay attention to and it should take less than a second to figure out what it stands for. rinke is ugly, as you pointed, letter k is not accented, but besides that, I think it can be made a lot prettier with even standard fonts. Most of them are gorgeous though, i like the winery – great font and Y shaped like a wine glass, really unique and elegant…

  10. Adam John says

    Your site looks great logo designs . Being a blog writer personally, I truly appreciate the time you absorbed .The graphics are great and the combination of style logo designs and crispness in the sign really works.

  11. Adam John says

    Thank you for sharing your logo designs process with us. The logo meets the needs of the client and works great on the logo designs website.

  12. deatrelor says

    wtf… i love it all… how i wish i become like you in logo making… your awesome man… good works…

  13. says

    I must say I have never seen sucha impressive work I am new in web designing and for me it was great to find this post few designs are truly creative and some are best for commercial purpose specially that coffee logo. The use of color and the beautiful use of “ff” is simple awesome.

  14. afrank says

    I think the “k” is accented in #41 because if it was bent back it might look confusing next to the k’s upper arm that is already bent

  15. Blaine Bullman says

    Some of the best typographic logo inspiration I’ve ever seen.
    I love Galeria 291 logo!!

  16. Montana Flynn says

    Great roundup of these amazing logos! Personally twins, height, and jive are my favorites. Thanks again.

  17. Andy Walpole says

    I consider the logo one of the most important parts of a website. It can completely change the appearance of a conventional site into something quite exciting; and you don’t have to be a wizard with Illustrator to create an attractive logo either – just play around with some unusual typefaces

  18. Louis says

    Some amazing logo designs here. Imaginative use of typo
    This is a GREAT collection of logo’s for inspiration and Designers…

  19. says

    I’d be interested in looking at this page with someone who is dyslexic. Especially “upside down”. I love talkmore, twins and Flat Land most of all. Thanks for this set!