6 Logo Design Trends of 2013
Creativity, inspiration, imagination and little motivation is the recipe behind a successful classical Logo which become the trademark and emblem of any organization. A logo design expresses the inspiration and impresses the mission statement on which the organization is up to. An interesting logo hides different meanings in its own. It hides the source of ideas, zeal of imaginations and a spirit to explore the limits.
Today we are highlighting the best five logo design trends following in 2013. These trends have been followed by many developers and graphic designers in their design and piece of art. We list them according to their style, their simplicity and their creativity.
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Object Based Logo
Object based Logos are designed and inspired by the things we see around our self every day and night. These Logos gives a recreational architecture and a new soul to the non-animate bits and pieces and give them a new look. Object based logos can be seen in various organizations that are known for their creativity and art. Some of the honorable mentions are Apple and Twitter logos.
In these days twist effect is the famous logo design effect added to the Logos to show the elasticity and friendliness. Twist effect also shows the impression of a complete domain in which the organization is setting up its work. It starts and end facing each other vertically or horizontally reflects that the organization never forget its past and by no means leave its loyal customer when they are in peak of success.
Unlike any other logo design, the bracket logo design expresses the relation of trust and equality. It always shows the combination of two equal things and combined them graphically to make them considered as one. Bracketing logo design is the latest logo trend of 2013 and has been used by many web and logo designers when they need to show the meaning of equality and strength. The bracketing design is used by creative and artistic designers because they have to be used in a way that if any of the part separated rests no meaning for the left.
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