Wordmark logos: balance typography and graphics
Finding a balanced middle ground between typography and graphics is essential to create a distinctive and striking identity. These strong wordmark logos show how adding a little extra detail can make a design stand out.
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Craftzing by vpr design
A crafty name needs a crafty design. Vpr design incorporates simple straight lines that make the viewer feel as if a true architect created and framed the words.
Baking Goddess by Onlydeestudio
A dollop of whipped cream or icing is popular with bakery designs, but it’s not just about the dollop. Onlydeestudio uses both cursive and block letters, creating a different emphasis on each identifying word. Add a little icing, wrap it in a pretty case and this design is ready to go.
JonZander Photography by maxthing
This design shows that a photography company does not always have to incorporate a camera or lens to make a bold statement. Designer maxthing uses the J and Z to create what looks like hands making a camera frame shape.
Scarborough Fair by Kateriiina25
This design strategy for Scarborough Fair is straightforward: choose the right typography and add details that WOW. Kateriiina25 creates the perfect mood for this antique and vintage retail store by adding simple lines and curves.
Pixelchemy by sm.art
Integrating an icon with the wordmark is a simple and effective way to create a memorable logo. Sm.art’s design is bold and to-the-point, with the right choice of soft colors for this team of mobile app and games developers.
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Shift Project by misa_
SoftRose by ledevil
FAITHOLOGY by lugosi
SPOT by artncalli
Innov8 by dlvastf™
MASBRO by ruud10
Hangover by andrei cosma