If you've ever tried designing a logo, you probably already know that it's easy. It only has to look good, be memorable and also communicate the idea of the business. A good way to achieve these goals is to...
A brief review of the history of famous logos and predictions of how they will look like in the future made by Stock Logos.
Continuing our series of posts on logo design with hidden symbolism, today we bring you another wonderful list of inspiring logo designs.
Do you remember Viktor Hertz who showed us how some famous logos would look like if companies were completely honest? Well, it appears that he hasn't finished his project yet, so it's time for a part II.
Logo designer Graham Smith has created an interesting project called ©Brand Reversioning. In his words: "A Brand Reversion is a brand logo that has undertaken a creative change based on the visual style of another brand logo: Brand identities with a split personality." Even if it feels that something is off, the new reversed logos...
Viktor Hertz, a freelance Graphic Designer from Sweden, finally did it - he turned famous logos into "Honest Logos". "Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don't know,” says the artist.
We are happy to share another list of really beautiful, clever and minimalist logo designs with hidden messages. I have to be honest with you - these logos put our logo (and probably yours as well) to shame.
If you have managed to grab everyones attention with your logo design - that doesn't necessary mean you are doing good - there is probably just some nasty hidden message seen only when you rotate your logo.
A good way to grab viewers attention with your logo is by giving viewers a little puzzle to solve. Because everyone likes puzzles, right? When viewers get the hidden message behind the logo, not only the logo sticks into their heads, but there's also this instant satisfaction feeling.