This Grizzly logo stands always in the middle of the page overlapping contents.
Icons and logo really make Duet website look really good thanks to their perfect color coordination.
Mouse hover over Fancy’s logo and an ice cream stick will slide down.
A cut in the N‘s stem brilliantly creates the I of Nemeth Interactive’s logo.
In this example, the white space (also know as negative space) all around the logotype erodes the basic form of the typefaces (e.g. the F’s stem or the T’s crossbar) creating a concise and extremely minimal design.
Notice also the word “fabric”, stripped of the vowels, and enclosed by the O’s counter.
The New Minimum logo is so minimun that, in fact, it doesn’t even exists. It’s just a pixel hole carved on the menu (fixed on the page top). If you scroll the page, you can see the content passing under it.
So zen, so minimal.
Look at me! I’m a simple logo stripped of any vowel and nevertheless I’m still laughing!
Excellently executed paper bag icon.
Nice monogram towers above Bydel Aker Brygge’s beautiful website.
The capital C in Lane Crawford’s logo stretches out vertically and completes itself leaning on the lower r stem, forming an almost full ellipse.
Take some bevel effect, add in a nice wood texture and apply it on a beautiful lettering. This is the recipe for a logo that will look like the one I stole from Finegoods Market.
If you’re fond of trademark and logo design, you’ll enojoy for sure Stefan Kanchev‘s work.
This “low-fi” logo belonging Stink (an international digital agency specialized in videos) made my day.
Today I’m loving Booki.sh logo and its capital B, metamorphosed into a pair of glasses.
Booki.sh is a complete web-based platform for distributing, selling and reading ebooks.
A good logo design can play a significant role in enhancing the memorability of your business and/or website.
I love (and I find it very effective) when you can play on the primary logo design creating variations, which might be helpful to the communication of your services and to capturing interest on your brand as well.
In this case, I’ve been “captured” by Hidden‘s logo: Hidden is an app that, when activated, tracks your stolen computer anywhere on the planet, collect photos of the thief and screen shots of the computer in use.
The Human Rights Logo Challenge is a global contest whose aim is
to create a human rights logo “by people for people”, thus making a contribution towards the global spread and implementation of human rights with the support of a large public.
The contributions and their provenance are nicely displayed on a Google map.
You can submit your logo proposal until July 31st, 2011.
We admire the elegant and cunning way the reversed A inserts into the M‘s white space.
You can’t get much simpler (and elegant) than this: a silhouette logo mark, clean typography, two-toned color scheme and sparse graphic elements.
Oh, this blend tastes so good!
Semantically speaking, we could say that in this logo form matches the meaning perfectly.
Typographically speaking, we admire the cunning way the “n” right stem extends beyond the baseline to match the “u”.
To put it simple, we think Wonderful Union website’s logo it’s great and we wanted to have it here in this gallery.
As new year’s resolution I’ll try to update more often this website. For now, here you have a nice example of good minimal b&w blog design. If you like the lettering, you’ll be happy to know that the type used is Tex Gyre Schola and you can download it for free here.
Nice and funny logo from a German web agency specialized in coding, that is brilliantly converted into a witty favicon (check the website).
Shyama Golden is a very gifted illustrator and designer, as you can see from the snippet we’ve taken from her portfolio. We love so much her website’s logo and its funny “hover” effect.
Separated strips of papers, rolled up and entwined, create this fantastic logo for the 2010 edition of dConstruct.
A brilliant logo concept consisting in a single continuous line drawing a light bulb.
A nice Iphone app for checking your SEO and a lovely logo build on a quite usual analogy between magnifying glass and search.
Tasty logo and recipes from Madeinkitchen, a web portal and community for people who love food and good cooking.
Happycentro is a creative web agency based in Verona: I immediately loved their unsual, strange and perhaps aggressive color palette and the logo design, obtained by rotating several time a square module.
Food blogs never fail to surprise us with both delightful recipes and visual treats, such this logo swapping the O with a pan.
Culinary Culture is an amusing web service dedicated to people who love to cook and share with online friends their recipes and cooking advices.
This website’s layout is polished and, generaly speaking, of a high-level quality, with beautiful illustrations adorning home page’s main assets: but what hit me first, was the way the red wine glass fits into the condensed logotype.
Is Sucram logo’s grinning or grinding? Love the way the stereotype of the smiling clown is turned upside down by this very talented designer.