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Logofolio by Shaivalini Kumar

Logofolio by Shaivalini Kumar

Late at night, currently surfing the Web for a logo for a client project. One of the best parts of my process, exploring and get inspired. It might sound silly but letting my mind free while surfing does make a difference instead of trying to find something. I stumbled across the work of Shaivalini Kumar and I can't help to enjoy her logofolio from this year. It's full of great pieces and I like how she can co-exist a neutral solid colour with shadows. Hope you will enjoy! About Shaivalini Kumar Shaivalini is a designer currently based Los Angeles and she's focusing her work into Art Direction, Graphic Design, Ilustration and Typography. You should definitely check out her work on Instagram. For more information: http://www.supernovadesign.net.

Where brands meet people

Where brands meet people

Another awesome project by Charis Tsevis, the mosaic master this time strikes with an amazing project where he illustrate people using only logos from global brands. Check it out! The Advertising campaign for the world leader in outdoor advertising in Switzerland Clear Channel is one of the leading marketing companies of outdoor advertising worldwide. For their latest advertising campaign in Switzerland they have asked their clients to participate. Dozens of Swiss companies gave their logo to be used as tesserae to create three colorful mosaic portraits. I had the honor and the pleasure to collaborate with Alpha 245 Zurich to create these illustrations for the campaign. For more from Charis Tsevis visit tsevis.com.

25 Nouns Logo Collection

25 Nouns Logo Collection

Spanish Designer Lucas Gil-Turner came up with the idea was to create a collection of logos based on a selection of some of the most used and popular words in English. This workshop is inspired in the research analysis of over a billion words performed by Oxford Institution in association with The Oxford English Dictionary. The outcome of this research was the top 25 most common nouns. For more from Lucas Gil-Turner lucasgilturner.com.

Animal Logos by Ivan Bobrov

Animal Logos by Ivan Bobrov

Amazing collection of animal logos by the Russian designer Ivan Bobrov. Each logo is very colorful and created from a round shape composition. Enjoy! For more from Ivan Bobrov visit .

New Animal Logos Construction

New Animal Logos Construction

Last year we posted about the first Animal Logos Construction by the designer Tom Anders. Today we are sharing the second edition of this project with more amazing animal logos and details of the process. Enjoy! For more information visit behance.net/tomanders and tomanders.com/.

Typographic Logos by Jorgen Grotdal

Typographic Logos by Jorgen Grotdal

Jorgen Grotdal is a young designer from Norway specialized in typography and logo design. I selected some of his work, really like his style and that handmade feel that each piece has. Enjoy! For more from Jorgen Grotdal visit behance.net/JorgenGrotdal.

Marks & Monograms by Dimiter Petrov

Marks & Monograms by Dimiter Petrov

Dimiter Petrov is a designer from Bulgaria who believes in the very idea of injecting plenty of meaning into a simple but aesthetic geometric shape has always fascinated me. The right decoding of the shape brings an additional pinch of fulfillment. Below you could see several experiments pointed in that direction. For more from Dimiter Petrov visit chadomoto.combehance.net/Chadomoto.

Branding work by Hiromi Maeo

Branding work by Hiromi Maeo

Designing logos is an endeavor because a good logo or visual identity has to represent a product or a service with a great level of simplicity. Differently than icon design, logos require a level of differentiation in the form and there's the balance between typography and forms. Everything must be optically balanced and easy to reproduce in different medias and sizes. Hiromi Maeo, shared some really cool branding work he has done in the past 2 years and it's definitely worth checking it out. Hiromi is a creative director from Tokyo, Japan. For more information check out his work at https://www.behance.net/enhanced_hiromimaeo

Negative Space Madness by George Bokhua

Negative Space Madness by George Bokhua

George Bokhua is a self-taught graphic designer who has found happiness in simple, strong logo design. He's designs are very simple and yet very strong, he is a master of using negative space as you can see on this post. Enjoy! For more from George Bokhua visit dribbble.com/george-bokhua and behance.net/milash.

Mixed Marks & Logos by Nick Kumbari

Mixed Marks & Logos by Nick Kumbari

Nick Kumbari is a designer from Tbilisi, Georgia and on this post we will display a great mix of some of his marks and logos design. Enjoy! For more from Nick Kumbari visit kumbariart.com and behance.net/Kumbari.

Harley Davidson Illustrations

Harley-Davidson Illustrations

Harley-Davidson is one of the most iconic brands in the world. Each bike has their own design and even the engine sound is part of the brand. Designing for such an important brand must be challenging but at the same time very rewarding. The SOUP//GROUP Inc. has put together some really awesome illustrations they did for Harley that definitely deserve a feature here on Abduzeedo. SoupGroup design roots are planted deep within the Southern California lifestyle -- a lifestyle that helps foster design ideas that embrace all that is new and fresh in today's culture and art scenes. Many industry leaders have come to rely on SoupGroup as a vital graphic design resource that captures the cutting-edge style in our image-driven sports and lifestyle markets. Each project, big or small, requires a unique approach. We know that reaching your core customers is going to take a one-of-a-kind solution. We translate your message graphically into a language your customers are going to understand. And that understanding results in sales. For more information visit http://www.soupgroup.com/ Via Behance

 Animal Logos Construction

Animal Logos Construction

Designing visual identities and logos is all about simplifying the form until you get the basic shapes that represent the form. There are several ways to do that, and it's pretty common to try to create basic geometries to simplify an icon to it's purest form. Tom Anders Watkins has a really cool project illustrating this process called Animal Logos Vol 1. A predominantly personal project, exploring ways in which logos can be formed using only basic shapes and minimalist techniques. For more information visit https://www.behance.net/tomanders

Marks & Symbols Design

Marks & Symbols Design

This is an amazing collection of Marks & Symbols designed by Face. studio from Monterrey, Mexico. If you are a fan of minimalism and simple solutions you will sure enjoy this collection. For more from Face. visit designbyface.com and behance.net/designbyface.

Sketches & Logos by Jackson Alves

Sketches & Logos by Jackson Alves

Jackson Alves is one the best lettering artist from Brazil. This post is a selection of his work during 2013, here you see the sketches and logos he created. Enjoy! For more from Jackson Alves visit behance.net/jack.

Brewtopia: Portland Brewery Logo Extravaganza

Brewtopia: Portland Brewery Logo Extravaganza

In planning my itinerary for an upcoming trip to Portland, Oregon I discovered the city is home to more than 60 microbreweries. That's more than any other city in the world including Cologne, Germany. Brewpubs are scattered all about the city, some in renovated cinemas, others in historical landmark buildings that were otherwise destined for destruction. To pay homage to the beer capital of the world I've put together a quick gallery featuring logos of some of Portland's most notable brewers. We hope you find inspiration in some of the designs and the creative naming good fodder for discussion. Of course if you have any tips or must-see spots while in Portland please feel free to share in the comments section.

Logo Design: More Cutlery

Logo Design: More Cutlery

We keep going through our weekly journey checking out great logos! We're thinking ahead and we want to find new topics, good ones, to share with you guys. Last week we had a The Office fan-post featuring logos with bears, beets and Battlestar Galactica (only the strong will understand), and today we're featuring logos with cutlery! Back in 2010 we had our first post on cutlery, and it felt right to make a new one. Every week we search through our favorite galleries: Logopond and Dribbble. Both are a great communities for designers everywhere. Also, if you you'd like to suggest ideas for the next subjects, please, tell me by sending me sending me a tweet: @paulogabriel. Cheers! ;)

VARIG Logo Redesign

VARIG Logo Redesign

The most amazing thing about being a designer today is the possibility to create, distribute and get feedback on projects very quickly. That's a huge motivator, especially for personal projects where we have much more creative freedom to explore and learn. Case in point, the VARIG Logo Redesign from Leo Porto. VARIG was the biggest and most important airline in Brazil from the 60s to the 90s. It was founded in 1927 in Porto Alegre, my hometown. I remember drawing its logo in my school books and imagining flying with them. The logo was very classy, a golden compass. In the early 2000 the company declared bankruptcy and was acquired by another airline. Today we carry only the memories of the golden age of aviation. Leo Porto decided to create his own redesign of the brand and he does a great job of bringing back the style of the mid-century modern era. Varig Logos VARIG was the first airline founded in Brazil, in 1927. From 1965 until 1990 it was Brazil’s leading and almost only international airline. In 2005, Varig went into judicial reorganisation, and in 2006 it was split into two companies. Varig was my favorite airline until it closed for good in 2007. If Varig were to come back as the number one airline in Brazil like it once was, it would have to go through a complete rembranding. The following pages cointain my view of what Varig should look like if it came back to the market. Rebrand For more information visit http://leoporto.com/