7 most famous logos and how they were created - Featuring: Salvador Dali / Chupa Chups, Carolyn Davidson / Nike, Frank Mason Robinson / Coca-Cola, Milton Glaser / I Love NY, Paul Rand / NeXT, Rob Janoff / Apple, Walter Landauer / FedEx

7 most famous logos and how they were created

Logos - 7 - Salvador Dali / Chupa Chups - Carolyn Davidson / Nike - Frank Mason Robinson / Coca-Cola - Milton Glaser / I Love NY - Paul Rand / NeXT - Rob Janoff / Apple - Walter Landauer / FedEx

Book Hive logo and packaging | Rich Greco - Designer - New York, NY

Self promotion idea. Try making wrapping paper from a step and repeat pattern. Book Hive logo does a nice job as an example.

Takyuki Soeda Award

soeda - really like the element of the fork and the spoon forming the eyes and shape to the head, although this is in relation to a restaurant.

Skypublishing logo

Sky Publishing Logo Design

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Black Cat Lounge

Black Cat Lounge

Clever way of turning a phrase. The black cat lounge. It shows what drinks they serve and they use a negative for the cat to show a black cat.

logo | Fresh Beats - orange

- This Logo is a really cool twist on fresh fruit, I think its super clever, and it's very hard to be successful scrunching text like this but it works here! - Delicious Fruit & Vegetable Logo Designs for Inspiration

really wonderful mark. "BeeBank Development" for Greenpeace - designed by Studio Paradise, UK

Bee Bank

Genius logo icon "BeeBank Development" for Greenpeace - designed by Studio Paradise, UK

on the other side of fear lies freedom - Buscar con Google

This logotype illustrates freedom literally by having the op half of the M fly off like a bird. The logotype uses the comparison of birds and freedom as a message. This logotype is effective in communicating meaning.

Cómo va a ser solo para US residents? me están tomando el pelo? la subo igual ¬¬ Nahue, todo por tu culpa por cagarme la ilusión ¬¬

The "Trefoil" was adopted as the corporate logo design in The 3 leaves symbolize the Olympic spirit, linked to the three continental plates as well as the heritage and history of the brand.

Think YaseminAksu

There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.