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The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

Typogram, Nicole Nugent.

The meaning of the word "missing" is portrayed frm the absences of stem of the letter "i". By leaving the titles, it portrays that a part of the letter has been removed, reinforcing the meaning of "missing".

I love the simple style of this poster and how an image is made just using the…

WHITE SPACE: I love the simple style of this poster and how an image is made just using the hand and the screw. I think that it works well with the space and there is a focus point in the middle of the design.

Words as images

I love a smart logo, but I also like simple logos. I think that these are examples of good logos that just used simple type treatments to achieve a great result. All simple and eye catching

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80 Creative Logo Designs For Your Inspiration

Families logo by Herb Lubalin. Another striking example of "expressive typography".

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Contrast: coca cola is a great example for contrast in many of their ads because they use simple designs with only using the colors red and while which makes the company logo pop.

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So dimensional. Visualizations Carolina Andreoli A detailed study of personal food consumption from February to March breakdown of my daily consumption into main nutrients and also a comparison between calorie intake versus happiness.

WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy & Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India

WWF Posters designed by Caroline Brickell of Ogilvy Mather Gurgaon ad agency for WWF India. It only took 3 circles and a few lines to create a polar bear.

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