Welcome to 2012 everyone! I thought I’d ease us into the new year with a bit of logo design inspiration. This post rounds up a collection of 30 creative logos all featuring some kind of detailed pattern as part of their design. See how the designers have combined shapes to produce intricate logos that draw in the viewer.

Cosmic Design Company

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DecorousToo

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Stingmaster

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Hope Heroes

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Capstone Jeweler

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Polynesian Wine

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Tort

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The Skywatcher

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Ownage

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Verko Manufacturing

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OctaviA

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Philosophy of Style

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Eco Shield

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Mamounia Sky Bar

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ACT Research

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Bouquetville

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Mosaic

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Kiwi Diamond

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Robarov

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Alfika

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DG Beauty

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Zavida

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Stepping Stone

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Blk Ace Solutions

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Kaleidoscope Records

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Tafari

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Kaleidoscope Learning Center

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Performance Leaders Australia

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  1. 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 :)

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

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  3. 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…

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  4. 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.

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