This is a very simplistic but yet effective logo. I love how geometric and straight it is. The designer did a great job making it simple and yet still easy to read the word WAVE. The fact that the A and the V tie into each other is eye catching because it takes a second to catch on what it is. This design is very easy to remember and pick out.

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This is a very simplistic but yet effective logo. I love how geometric and straight it is. The designer did a great job making it simple and yet still easy to read the word WAVE. The fact that the A and the V tie into each other is eye catching because it

Typogram by Nicole Nugent

The meaning of the word "missing" is portrayed frm the absences of stem of the letter "i". By leaving the titles, it portrays that a part of the letter has been removed, reinforcing the meaning of "missing".

A Panzer, Büro für Architektur Brand Identity via Design made in Germany.

A Panzer – Büro für Architektur

Like the Logo A Panzer, Büro für Architektur Brand Identity via Design made in Germany. I love the versatility that goes with the simplicity of this design.

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Otto Climan Studio // Logo design inspiration via From Up North >>> The elegance of the font choice in this logo and the overall simplicity is very effective.

This is a very clever, neat and simple logotype. I like how the letter "E" appears to actually be inside the letter "D." Also the font is very structured and fine.

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Simple and clever >>>>> Beautiful, simple, meaningful. This is a very clever logo, and would be perfect for a magazine.

This is a really beautiful font type. The curly cues branch out of the "K" and then come back in to form the top bracket. The font is bold, with a hint of elegance due to the overall appearance and organization of the letter "K".

A beautiful concept but the ultrafine lines will disappear if this were ever reversed. Logotype Design by Jody Koay

A beautiful concept but the ultrafine lines will disappear if this were ever reversed. Logotype Design by Jody Koay Published by Maan Ali

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Great 'White Space' - Notice how some lettering appears in negative space, but not all of it. When you look a second time, some of those letters suddenly reverse into positive space.

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