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Just saw this Goldsmiths Logo in Norwich town and I'm feeling it. Those cuts in tue type are very swish.


Octagon Logo © The Partners 2001

Spiegel & Grau logo by The Partners

Spiegel & Grau Logo © The Partners 2006

The Formula One logo was created by Carter Wong Design

Logo Analysis – Formula One

The Formula One logo was created by Carter Wong Design


Combining the name with imagery this logo type creates an image using simple edited text. Creating an interesting yet unique logo type that one might see on perhaps some type of makeup brand.


Meher Says: The 38 logo is such a good way to put these two numbers together. The negative space makes one while the other still fits in so well. (Who's this other meher?

Dad Club Logo © The Partners 2007

Dad Club Logo © The Partners 2007

I think the ability to see something like this is remarkable. To use the natural letterforms and find a way to represent the same word turned upside down is very genius. I wonder if something simple in terms of materials would work for our experimentations?

Another clever typography logo, the letters look like they are taking a turn, going in different directions.

Awesome simplification of the "m" and "b" into one icon for the new Marc Baptiste logo by Loducca

New Logo for Marc Baptiste by Loducca