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The Use of National Symbols in Logo Design

The Use of National Symbols in Logo Design

The United States’ flag is a major symbol not only of the American nation but of the American values – freedom and independence as well. US has probably one of the richest on symbols flags among all the countries in the world. Today it contains 50 stars and 13 stripes. Originally it had 13 stars...
How to design a hipster logo

How to design a hipster logo

Here’s a step by step short tutorial on how to design a hipster logo. Few steps. Simple process. You can’t get it wrong, believe me. Make sure you check the hipster behance profile of the author – Tim Delger Incoming search terms:hipster logo tutorialmaking fun of logoslogo hipster tutorialFord logo parodytutorial logo hipsterapple spoof logohow...
Dropbox with a new logo

Dropbox with a new logo

This was inevitable. Moving from a “gradient web icon” to a classic logo is always a matter of time. Yes, that’s why it’s called a logo, not an “icon”. It has certain graphic advantages and could be used everywhere. On cakes, on uniforms, on extremely small scale, etc. This is the real sign that Dropbox...
Prezi with a new logo

Prezi with a new logo

    You probably know the best online software for presentations out there – PREZI. Recently they have changed their brand identity. It’s now more “blueish” and more cold-corporate. The logotype is more conventional. Personally I like the funny two-way-“r”. The “e” is the already popular “smiled-haineken E” In case you wonder where the mark...