Logo Design Inspiration – The BIG 15 Roundup!

When designing a logo it is always good to have a resource for inspiration. I decided to put together 15 sites that will hopefully inspire you when designing logos. Now remember, NO plagiarism…these sites are for inspiration only! You will see some really nice stuff and get a clearer picture of what logo design is all about.

Enjoy.

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19 thoughts on “Logo Design Inspiration – The BIG 15 Roundup!”

  1. Aw, this was a very nice post. In thought I wish to put in writing like this moreover – taking time and actual effort to make an excellent article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and under no circumstances appear to get something done.

  2. Start by creating the most pronounced class envy in recent history, find a scapegoat segment of society, show up at their houses and threaten physical harm, and then confiscate their wealth. Lucky my grandparents got my mother out of Nazi Germany in 1941, unlucky I’m not describing Germany, but this weeks events in the USA. We got to this point by sticking our heads in the sand, not realizing that it left our posterior pointed skyward. Change was promised and change we got. Perhaps next time we should ask ‘WHAT KIND OF CHANGE”? The only remedy that comes to mind is to level a charge of failure to honor a contract IF thats still enforceable. The contract I have in mind is to “protect and defend the constitution of the United States” which, with his right hand to God and the other on a Bible,would make this a contract of the highest order. As this rant is forming in my head I wonder to whom can this be sent without becoming the next target? Who is doing the follow up reporting on the psycological effects this rancor has on the children of AIG? God forbid, something happens to one of these “Executives”, who will be held responsible?Acorn? Frank? Pilozzi? Obama? I think not. We better wake up, people, we need to recognize facisism in its infancy,because if you won’t fight for someone else’s rights, no one will help you when yours are taken. The first indicator of facisism is limiting the right of dissent. If you can’t see whats happening then perhaps they are already successful and it’s to late. I pray that is not the truth.

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