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There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.

steelbison:

bison mountain logo design Published by Maan Ali - Melody Corley [This is another effective use of combining two images to create a graphic story. This logo links two images in contrasting scales (bison/lion) which are semiotically related.

I enjoyed how the name was incorporated into the logo literally, because you can distinguish the tea and the tiny house. (logo design)

Yalon-Logo & Logo types -This design combines very iconic imagery of a house and a tea cup successfully for a unique logo.

Logo

This one is very creative but having the wine bottle turn into the wine opener. But you can still tell it is supposed to be the bottle of wine.

30 Clever Examples of Negative Space Logos

pinterest.com/fra411 #logotype - Extremely effective logo for DG photography! The combination of the letters fit perfectly together to make a camera! It is clear what the image is, and also clear as to what the two letters are! Great, simple and effective!

DG Photography

Very cool how the letters "D" and "G" interlock to make the camera shape. It is simple yet appealing. Clever use of interlocking characters to create a camera shape

RP by Ryan Paule

RP

Distinctiveness I think this is a good logo because it's simple. It reflects distinctiveness because other logos would use a drop shadow to make there logos pop but this logo uses the drop shadow to make a second letter

Logo / Identity - Oliver Barrett : Design • Art Direction

Creative incorporation of an icon into text. I think the black and white color scheme emphasizes the double image.

60 logos in 60 days by Karoline Tynes, a freelance graphic designer from Oslo, Norway. The collection includes diverse typography as well as illustrative and graphic work.

Inspirational idea: 60 logos in 60 days by Karoline Tynes, a freelance graphic designer from Oslo, Norway. The collection includes diverse typography as well as illustrative and graphic work.

Zebra inpired logo by Glazer for african luxury hotel Sankara

Sankara

Branding of the five star luxury hotel, Sankara, from Glazer Brand & Design Consultants. It draws its inspiration from a zebras stripes, giving it an authentic african flavour.

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