Logo sets

Collection of logo sets of famous brands and topics

New Google WAVE logo design story

Google “wave” is a new “collaboration tool”  that you and me are probably going to use soon. This post is about the logo design of this new product. I’ll try to cover the basics – what kind of logo it is, why it’s designed this way, what are the similarities and the differences compared to other logos. Also, you’ll find a small collection of graphic situations and interpretations of this new logo…
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David Pache Logo Showcase

Briefly, David Pache is a logo designer, who created his own studio and is doing some pretty nice logos. His works are here because he deserves recognition for his portfolio, clean approach and courage to follow the insecure way of freelancing / independent studio. Here’s what you gonna read in www.dache.ch : ” Dache is a creative studio founded by designer David Pache in 2005. Located in…
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Logo designs set of music related magazines

I found this logo set based on music magazine logo designs and logotypes weeks ago, so unfortunately I can not credit anybody (don’t remember the source), but still – it’s a decent selection. Nice job, man! Whoever you are. A quick preview tells you the style is about instruments naming, rectangular backgrounds. There are more logotypes than marks, notable usage of basic colors – black, white…
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Denis Olenik Identity Showcase

The Showcase category is a new one. If you think your logo portfolio is worth to be shown – drop a line up there, where it says “ Your logo showcase ”  – there’s a big chance to be highlighted in Logoblink.com.  Don’t forget to write a few words and provide a link. We start with Denis Olenik from Minsk, Belarus. He’s a Bachelor of Graphic Design, graduated in 2005 ( State Academy of Arts in Minsk…
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After the Crisis logo collection [ext. ver.] [FUN]

“The 2008 crash is probably the most serious economic crisis we have faced after the Great Depression. Stock markets from around the world fell as much as 20% in a single week, dozens of banks either failed or were rescued by government and private instutitions, and companies started laying off employees as a consequence of the reduced demand. We know how we entered into the crisis, but we don’t…
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