logo uses minimalist design and colour good use of type and negative space - MNML is a publication informs readers about minimalist architecture and design shown through colours and space.
beautiful use of classic ligatures here the 'r' and 'f' in the logo complete the letter next to them.
colours represent different varieties of plums and the different ripeness
the ligatures are replaced by commas and apostrophes, Parla is a communications magazine
subtle rotation of a single letter - small shift in direction captures the moment before equilibrium (state of rest / balance) is reached.
Victoria and Albert Museum logo
handwritten logo reflects its informal and friendly nature. Type guru Jessica Hische did the redesign lightening the weight of the logo and improving the letterforms is more refined and refreshed showing MailChimp's playful ethos.
logo based on the signature of William Cadbury minor tweaks have been made to the logo but essentially its remained the same almost a century later.
underlining one part of the logo and striking through the rest highlights the positive - being able to hear and the strikethrough eliminates the negative - loss of hearing logo is a call to action
V&A logo by Alan Fletcher
I mainly like how the 'u' and 'm' link up. But also, the colors do reflect the different ripeness of a plum well. The type of font used is also very appropriate for this media consultancy.
Logos / 2011-2012 on Behance
NME - rebrand
By using the underline to cross out the word "loss", it visually illustrates what loss looks like.
Logo Re-Design: Absolut verzichtet auf Vodka ➨ www.markenfaktor.de/?p=3468 #Absolut #Vodka #Logodesign
on the other side of fear lies freedom - Buscar con Google
The power of subtraction - sometimes removing a piece of a letter from the logotype can give the logo new meaning. Effektive is a Glasgow-based design firm