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

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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’

  3. Posted by carlenehaday, — Reply

    beautiful!

  4. Posted by stygianfyre14, — Reply

    Wow!

  5. Posted by jmorgan3445, — Reply

    wow

  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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