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I tend to lean towards inner shadows as a personal preference but I kept reading the “M” first in the first iteration. So, outer shadow it is…

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I feel like if I think about it too long, I want to say it's not easy to read. But then I realize that I knew what it was as soon as I saw it, so obviously its working. Being recognizable is very important.

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A collection of 20 Inspirational logo designs has been made. The Examples of Inspirational logo design are truly inspiring for designers. A Logo Design is

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I really like that this design is subtle, but still noticeable. It is very clean and not too busy. We could use this for our headlines, especially the headline of our InDepth, and just subtly transform the words so that they incorporate and image of what they are about. Hannah Menchel

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Here is another example of a simple stylization of a logotype. The "A" in Water has a water droplet replacing one of the stems from the letter. A good modern logotype who's symbolism is easily identified.

I really like this pin about the evolution development of these famous logos. I find it interesting to see how they have changed over time, becoming more modern looking in some and becoming more abstract in others. I also like the choices of various colors, seeing how some complement each other or emphasize each other. Brand Logo Evolution - Color and Design       tjn

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Funny pictures about The Past and Future of Famous Logos. Oh, and cool pics about The Past and Future of Famous Logos. Also, The Past and Future of Famous Logos.

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20 Beautiful Monogram Logos

Valery's Sophomore Design Blog: Expressive Typography

Last week in class, as an introduction to our project, we began looking at expressive typography. While we see expressive typography all th.

Thatcher Theory Logo logomoose.com

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I think the ability to see something like this is remarkable. To use the natural letterforms and find a way to represent the same word turned upside down is very genius. I wonder if something simple in terms of materials would work for our experimentations?

Another clever typography logo, the letters look like they are taking a turn, going in different directions.

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