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30 Comments

  1. Valeka says:

    Really beautiful collection! So complex but still very beautiful for logo!

  2. Alex says:

    I missed Legendary Pictures’ logo in this collection.

  3. Alexia says:

    I loved this blog. I’m beginner illustrator for this reason I like to see creative ideas, and in your website I found all things that I need. Thanks :)

  4. Jenn Staz says:

    Gorgeous set of examples! I like how Tort incorporated the name within the design. Very cool!

  5. Hi,

    Nice writing on Showcase of Logo Designs with Detailed Patterns.

    Thanks

  6. David says:

    Awesome!!! :D

  7. Ian says:

    Great collection. My fav is the ACT Research

  8. Melissa says:

    Thank you for sharing your collection. My creativity is sparking with inspiration. Cheers, Mel

  9. Applex says:

    Great collection.
    My fav is “Stingmaster”

  10. Great collection. Well put together!

  11. Seyi Adesanya says:

    Wow,wonderful and creative logos that depicts the names..ans well d coloursw

  12. Ryan says:

    Stingmaster is my favorite! Great collection.

  13. israelcCKOBAIN says:

    Hola, buena copilaciĆ³n de diseƱos… Altamente creativos… SALUDOS DE MEXICO… :D

  14. Fero Volar says:

    Nice, i like Robarov and Alfika

  15. Very awesome logo designs…Thank you for sharing it with us.

  16. 86creative says:

    Some are a bit of a muchness to be honest, although I really like the colour palette of Ownage and the intricate simplicity of Eco Shield.

  17. Mandakh says:

    Hello Spooner

    Please post about conch music logo :)
    My first project in work :( I didn’t sure that :D

  18. Adam says:

    Some really cool logos here, thanks for sharing! I particularly like the Kaleidoscope logos and Bouquetville – sometimes it is best to stick to something literal rather than having an abstract logo…

  19. I taught junior high students with learning disabilities and helped them
    overcome their reading problems, but they still could not spell well.
    I have to admit that I am a culprit of a few of these.
    It’s funny that I didn’t realize until now that I was making a mistake!
    Thanks for the post. Here’s to a better-spelled 2012.

  20. Awesome! thanks! for sharing such a great post. Please keep posting tips and tricks about graphic designing.

  21. Nice collection of creativity.

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