Hello! Happy Friday!
I’m excited to share a few logos I’ve been admiring; some for a while, some since last night!
They are all stunningly simple, yet each have there own special details that makes them really shine. If I saw any one of these logos while shopping I’m pretty sure I’d stop dead in my tracks to look at it (and probably snap a few pictures… that’s just so me).
Notice that all of these logos work in a monochromatic color scheme! I have a working theory that every logo has to work in black and white before it should be associated with a color. My husband and other designers disagrees with me… so I’m not going to write that is stone, but that’s my personal rule when I design logos. It just makes sense that something so important and dynamic should be identifiable even without color. What do you think?
1. Loving the wood grain! Logo for Forecast Designs by Simon Walker | 2. Great cultural style + delicate/bold lines, City of Knowledge School logo designed by Ehsaan Mesghali | 3. Mardane Men’s Fashion logo designed by Hossein Yektapour. I really love the ornamentation along with the clean fonts.
4. Logo for Le Royal St. Arnaud, a media, design and photography group based in Montreal. Fantastic style and use of line + shape. | 5. Thrift Studio (part of Dwell With Dignity) has a mission to design stunning spaces for families with low income, raising the standard of living and enjoyment level. I love the way this designer was able to convey interior design with a simple logo. Beautifully designed. | 6. logo design for Again Recycle a hip vintage clothing store in Australia. This logo has a great distressed effect and simple, vintage fonts with an overall clean modern style.
Hope these inspire you …or at least help you spy some good designs while you’re out and about this weekend!
Have a lovely weekend and I’ll see you on Monday!!