Clever logos

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.


This looks like a museum floor tile where they put the directions to a certain exhibit which I think is really cool. It stands out against the normal brick, and is eye-catching whilst also being small and not really a big deal.

signage | Abe, club & lounge

Quite a sophisticated look, font will need to be changed as it looks way too classy at the moment. The lighting contrasts nicely with gold and makes a subtle pop.

Metropolitan Fire Brigade — Buro North

Metropolitan Fire Brigade - Emergency services training centre - Gold Winner - 2014 Melbourne Design Awards - Everything should be this clearly identified, yay!

NAB Docklands 2: 700 Bourke Street – Signage | Design by Pidgeon

Sooner or later every graphic designer is asked to design a signage for a storefront or general way finding. Here are some awesome signage design inspiration I have been collecting from everywhere.

Signage at L’abbaye de Fontevraud by Matali Crasset

Signalétique de l'abbaye de Fontevraud par Matali Crasset

Substituting eyelashes for "e's" works even though they aren't that similar.

Showcase of Well Thought Eye Logos For Inspiration

"LOGO TYPE POSSIBILITY" The closed eye acts as the substitute for the two letters 'e' sitting in the word. The use of the eyes effectively communicate the meaning of "sleep"