Apart from being “in the industry”, there’s just something about really well-designed logos that I (and everyone, I bet!) love. It’s the “Aha!” moment that you get once everything falls into place and succinctly encapsulates what the brand is all about for the customer.
What’s your favourite?
CRD Bicycle Group Logo
I like the way the logo is based on the initials of the company name.
Nicely done – notice the “S” out of a piece of “meat” with sharp cuts from a knife? By Martin Gallardo
A great take on incorporating an actual digit into a font-based logotype.
Creative typography based logo designed by Muamer Adilovic.
You can almost immediately imagine what kind of company this is already! Really great. By Radomir Tinkov.
I love the use of negative space to make a positive statement. By Dalius Stuoka
Again, great example on the use of negative space. By Alexander Lloyd.
Cats Women Shoes
You can see what the business is all about, right? By Alescar Ortiz for a woman’s shoes store.
By Gareth Hardy, using the contour of wine bottles to reveal a pair of glasses.
I like how the “shift” action is depicted by a sense of movement in the form of a gear stick shift. (www.shiftcreative.com)
Simple and straightforward. I like. Not sure about the brand name though (unless they produce lullabies). By Nima Jazireh for Sleep records
A simple amalgamation of two elements – a castle tower rampart and a wine glass. By Alen Pavlovi.
Great logo done out of typography. But a little blur on what exactly the company does, though. By Peter Vasvari
One of the best I’ve seen so far – using negative space and embodying the very message behind the brand name, this logo actually does play tricks on your eyes! By Anthony Lane.
For a security related business – what I especially like is that the “V” from Verify can be seen in the collar of the character image.