All articles tagged as "logotypes"

Some car logotypes

I was thinking to make a research about the cars’ logotypes ( not the main logos ), but I’ve stumbled accross someone’s research that’s actually pretty good and I’m dying to share it with you, so we can make some observations together. It all began ( in my research ) with the two dots over the Citroën’s logotype. Which are actually called “tréma” in French. It’s a small detail that people don’t…
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Shadow logos

This TRUST sculpture by Tobias Rehberger reminded me to look for some more shadow logotypes and marks. This trend is very popular last few years and it will become even more popular thanks to the new technologies. Here’s my selection:         Bonus – some other shape designs Sources: http://io9.com/5893084/gruesome-shadow-art-transforms-garbage-and-mummified-rats-into-severed-heads…
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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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Anatomy Calligraphic Logos

Khaleelullah Chemnad sent me a link to his “anatomy calligraphy” logos. Here’s what he says about this type of art: “Anatomic calligraphy is a style in which the portrait of a person is drawn using the person’s name in Arabic or the words describing any other specialties of the person. Best examples of this style are the portrait of the founding president of the UAE late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al…
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