Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series. Logos that involve words can often be playful with elements close to typographic, creating a new way to perceive the message.
Planet I've created the letter "E" hundreds of times and today was the first time I turned it into Saturn. There is ALWAYS a simpler way to communicate a concept in logo design. But you must be intentional in how you go about simplifying someth
UK-based graphic designers Liam + Jord undertook a 365-day challenge to create one new typographic logo of a common word we use every day. The objective was to visually represent the meanings of the words by using symbols, negative space, or by adding geometric elements to the letters. For example, the letter 'i' in
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.
It seems I have a thing for liking simple types of fonts. This type puts the word into use by making everything outside of the "focus" circle blurry and everything inside of it super sharp and easy to read. The circle acts as a view finder for cameras as