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10 top typographic logos

Sometimes type is all you need to create an eye-catching logo, as these examples show.

Extremely effective logo for DG photography! The combination of the letters fit perfectly together to make a camera! It is clear what the image is, and also clear as to what the two letters are! Great, simple and effective!

DG Photography

Very cool how the letters "D" and "G" interlock to make the camera shape. It is simple yet appealing. Clever use of interlocking characters to create a camera shape

Love the use of the negative space. You can barely tell what it is supposed to be. Clever.

'Who made me believe that the most beautiful part of me is my negative space?' Love the use of the negative space. You can barely tell what it is supposed to be.

killed inspiration logo

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I like the line work of this logo. It also is nice and simple. I just hope that it is for some sort of outdoors or "manly" product, since it looks like a branding iron. /// I like the texture of the letters.

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This is pretty sleek, strong, modern, clean design. Marketing Lab / logo / identity / brand / package / crisp / professional / rich / luxury / black and white

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The minimal use of lines and thinner text create some attractive, simplistic logos

Missing by Nicole Nugent. http://www.behance.net/gallery/Typogram/5767643

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".

minimal.lt by teogreg Published by Maan Ali

minimal.lt by teogreg

Minimal Logo i like the idea, but i can't help to see a very sad face in this logo, which is surely not the original purpose of it

Logo // One Design // Gestalt Theory by Maurizio Pagnozzi, via Behance

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Logo // One Design // Gestalt Theory by Maurizio Pagnozzi, via Behance The N overlaid on the 1 driving the meaning even more with the negative space created

Think YaseminAksu

There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.

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