Monogram of OO made to look like the infinity symbol.
This design was featured on Thursday 31st of July 2014. It’s designed by Samadara Ginige, and falls under the category of Logo.
A fascinating approach to a GW monogram that uses a remarkable amount of symmetry.
This design was featured on Thursday 19th of June 2014. It’s designed by Jeroen van Eerden, and falls under the category of Logo.
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A wonderfully simple logo that uses a distinctive sense of shape, and bright primary colours to make an impact.
This design was featured on Thursday 13th of March 2014. It’s designed by Dalius Stuoka, and falls under the category of Logo.
An awesome monogram design that uses texture to create a distinctive look.
This design was featured on Saturday 23rd of November 2013. It’s designed by Jeroen van Eerden, and falls under the category of Logo.
Monograms have been around since the time of Ancient Greece, but flourished in the late 19th century when companies across industries, most notably the fashion industry, began adopting monograms as their logos. A popular and enduring element of monograms is the usage of letters found in company names to form visually memorable acronyms.
Major fashion brands adopted monogram logos designed to convey luxury, exclusivity, fine workmanship, originality, taste and style to their wealthy customers. Then industrial brands and corporations began adopting monogram logos.
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In this post, we are featuring compelling monogram logos of the old and tested, as well as new and uprising online brands in software, photography, wine, architecture, art or design.
With continuous application in contemporary graphic design practice and the versatility to work across industries, the art of monograms has clearly stood the test of time. If you are in search of a logo for your brand or organization, will you consider designing a monogram logo?
Editor’s note: This is a contributed post by Jo Sabin, blogger & community manager, in collaboration with Anghelaht, a logo designer on DesignCrowd. Anghelaht is a former economist turned designer who loves tracking the latest logo design trends. Follow him on Twitter.
A love the bold and distinctive design of this personal logo. The colours make a great impact!
This design was featured on Monday 15th of July 2013. It’s designed by Dalius Stuoka, and falls under the category of Element.