Designer Spends a Year Creating Logos That Subtly Reveal the Meaning of Their Words


For one year, the Daniel Carlmatz challenged himself to visual wordplay by turning otherwise ordinary terms into playful portraits. He did so by manipulating letterforms and incorporating a few clever additions to the minimalist compositions.


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  2. Posted by hadi_hussain_, — Reply

    Having a play on words and integrating it within the design I think is very creative and if done right works out very well. For example, the ‘Amazon’ logo, it has an arrow going from the A to the Z showing its customers that have products ranging from ‘A to Z’

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  6. Posted by crowlei1, — Reply

    I chose this because I like how they visualized the word.

  7. Posted by kkroll04, — Reply

    I really like how the a makes the shape of a search bar

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