One line - Animal logos on Behance

Tatto Ideas & Trends 2017 - DISCOVER One line - Animal logos - Rock painting ideas Discovred by : Figue Blanche

Using circles to created alternative shapes, very modern style. Used by twitters logo, could utilise this technique for my own work

Circle Animal Logos With Tom Anders Watkins

Silent Hunter Logo Design #logo #branding #negativespace #vector #illustration #ramotion #logodesign #designer #art #pencil #sketch

Silent Hunter Logo Design - Branding

This Silent Hunter Logo Design is excellent, i love getting to see the steps of how it was created, and the use of gestalt is effective. I also like the navy color choice.

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

I like how these words stand off the page like the animal would stand if it were real.[Electrical Engineer Creates Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page]

Creative bar code #illustrations! Love. via #repin #design

Unusual barcode designs i like this pieces because they are making barcodes more interesting.

Brand Launch: Swanky I Do’s by Salted Ink | #brand #branding #logo |

Brand Launch: Swanky I Do's

Orlando wedding and event planner brand design by Salted Ink. Wedding planner brand design styling and color palette establishment. Branding and print design.

Equerry  by Ruslan Gordienko | ATAKA


I like this logo development because it shows us how complicated such a simple design can be. I like how precise the design is. It is a very nice silhouette of a horse and it works very well.

The best graphic design pieces published in 2012 | From up North

Best of 2012: Graphic design

Don't Click ➤ 16 Creative CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray Disc Design DIY Volkswagen Christmas Card for your friends with VW Cars. Yes, isn't this creative? The logo

Circle Animal Logos | Tom Anders Watkins

Circle Animal Logos With Tom Anders Watkins

~Mat Mabe~

exhibition opens this week in leicester called 'the animal alphabet in primitive portraits' featuring the artwork of mat mabe. the portraits explore the use of primitive geometric shapes such as triangles and circles to create complex organic forms