A straightforward, yet effective logo design that uses an interesting custom typeface to make an impact.
A simple logo that's perfect for its purpose. I like the distinctive type choice and the colour fade used for the mark.
A clean and sophisticated business card design for Bommtempo Telecom.
A beautiful example of type design that would work well as a distinctive and unique logo mark.
A simple and striking logo that makes an immediate impact.
A crisp and concise logo design that uses typography to create a distinctive and memorable brand.
A clean and inoffensive logo design that uses a single colour effectively for emphasis.
A minimal logo that uses the straightforward mark and type approach. I like the typography and the universal use of the mark.
A beautiful logo for Sprout that just oozes simplicity. I love the typography and simple use of colour to give it character.
A crisp and clean business card design that's remarkably simple.
A simple logo mark that almost feels like an illusion.
A superb logo for Patterns (http://patterns.co), a new business and design school founded by Josh Long.
A beautiful new logo that features a simple, yet compelling concept. I like the shading of the "i" that forms the first stem of the "w", it helps to create a subtle sense of depth.
A simple concept for a music-based logo that neatly incorporates a sound wave.
A beautifully minimal business card design that just works.
Logo in process for a company that makes new furniture pieces out of old materials. I particularly like the concept of the logo, with the G carved out of the R.
The shiny metal effect is the most striking thing about this logo. I find the pattern created by the mark particularly interesting.
A strikingly simple concept for a W mark that uses colour very effectively.
A simply stunning letterpress business card that makes perfect use of typography. I particularly like the main stamp design.
A simple and sophisticated logo that uses a very distinct mark to make an impact.
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