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    Bodegas Nazaríes wines

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    Honda bike poster—The extremely bold lines make this a very dynamic composition. A highlight is how the face is cut off with the bike and how the body copy is laid underneath, nicely typeset. The real visual treat is the one line that comes off the bottom tire—wonderful placement, makes the bike feel very in motion.

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    1882 LTD #Identity #design #branding #logo

    1882 LTD | AisleOne

    Sport Fishing Logo: Benito Díaz - David de la Fuente www.daviddelafuen...

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    Think Branding

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    Mod 8 - Swan Lake designed by Caroline Grohs (3 of 3) as part of the Motion Theater Ballet Series. This is a seamless integration of image and typography. The concept of the lines tying it all together is remarkable and adds another dimension. The hierarchy of text is flawless making this truly great design.

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    Highest Rated Logos « Logo Faves | Logo Inspiration Gallery

    Highest Rated Logos


    Turn Logo by marcocreativo


    Pelican | BrandCrowd

    La Grande Vague by Joél Guenoun (via the absolute DESIGN blog…)

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    Gina Hollingsworth - Fold | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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    Typography Inspiration #015

    Typography Inspiration #015

    Rabbit Loves Carrot by Aditya Chhatrala

    Rabbit Loves Carrot

    PBC© corporate identity - via @Behance -

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    Lark Cigarette Packaging

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    Box - A simple and clean wine packaging design.

    Domaine Lepovo - Wine Packaging and Branding

    Food wine - Simple. Great use of negative space

    Food winne by mechax


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    The Amazing Adventures of the Escapist - design by Chris Ware

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    Humble Beginnings

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    Bolt by Mike Fortress


    Mia Christopher | Honey | Buy Some Damn Art

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    6,239 dot to do drawing - Thomas Pavitte

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