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R by Kakha Kakhadzen - This was make for a fantastic motion graphic. Maybe for a studio or production company. Imagine the right outline of the R entering the scene from the left, to be followed by the 5 lines repeating themselves and retreating little by little as if to eat away at the background and leave the final logo. Nice design. [Logos, Typography] #NerdMentor
The designer, Marc Ferrino, named this 'Athletic Wear Logo,' but I think it could work for many industries. Airlines, railroads, cruise ships just to name a few. Good design using negative space (or 'whitespace') as inspiration, brought to the forefront of graphic design by Saul Bass and Paul Rand. [Logos, Typography] #NerdMentor
Shapes of instruments are commonly used in logos representing music related businesses but his one is quite clever. I believe '11' is the name of this music playing/ selling establishment and it's elegantly incorporated into the black keys of the piano. The visual is sophisticated and gives a classy, high end feel.
Creating a memorable logo may well be one of the most challenging tasks a designer can face. The success of an organization or brand can hinge on the effectiveness of a logo. So much information can be contained within those few shapes and lines. Here we present logos from designers who were able to rise to the challenge and produce exemplary work.