The use of negative space in logo design seems to be a growing trend and while I find it fascinating I must admit I’m not a big fan of trends. Either way, I put up this selection of extremely well design logos for your inspiration.
I’m going trough a modern vintage logo massive inspirational phase. I’ve been looking at hundreds of these types of logos recently and why not share what I found to be the best here? So, here they are, I hope you like it.
Yesterday I showcased Vintage Logos from World of Logotypes book and if that wasn’t enough, here’s another collection of vintage logos from Flickr. This collection is curated by @SandiV and is another amazing source of inspiration.
I’ve stumbled on this amazing set of vintage logos on Flickr. The pages were extracted from the World of Logotypes book, which is out of print and used copies are very rare, on Amazon this used copy is for $239.
Logorama is an short animation made by by François Alaux and Herve de Crecy — from H5 — featuring more than 2000 trademarks and corporate brands. It has won the Oscar in the short film category in 2010.
Swiss designer Dave Spengeler got tired of the same old logo design cliches and created this rather humorous blog entitled Hipster Branding where he publish adaptations of well know logos with a hipster-inspired style.
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art is an organisation bold enough to push the line of branding a bit forward and with the help of Luke Hayman and his team that’s what they just did by creating a fluid identity design.