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Creating a memorable logo may well be one of the most challenging tasks a designer can face. The success of an organization or brand can hinge on the effectiveness of a logo. So much information can be contained within those few shapes and lines. Here we present logos from designers who were able to rise to the challenge and produce exemplary work.

Parksmart by Daniel Garcia
Parksmart by Daniel Garcia

Beef & Beer by Roman Babin
Beef & Beer by Roman Babin

Casa do Sabor by Marcos Vale
Casa do Sabor by Marcos Vale

Josh Jaggard by Roy Smith
Josh Jaggard by Roy Smith

Hudson Heights by Roy Smith
Hudson Heights by Roy Smith

Rio Brand Logo by Jacob Carter
Rio Brand Logo by Jacob Carter

Wave Logo by Jacob Carter
Wave Logo by Jacob Carter

Film Academy by Mistershot
Film Academy by Mistershot

Divine Dinner by Mistershot
Divine Dinner by Mistershot

Pyrite Music by Austin Eidson
Pyrite Music by Austin Eidson

RS Yachts Logo by Vit Ryznar
RS Yachts Logo by Vit Ryznar

Hutchinsonn Consulting Badge by Steve Wolf
Hutchinsonn Consulting Badge by Steve Wolf

Fruit & Grain by Steve Wolf
Fruit & Grain by Steve Wolf

The Infinite West by Paul von Excite
The Infinite West by Paul von Excite

Taïga
Taïga
Submitted by Adrien Duchateau.

Yosakti Brand by Kike Escalante
Yosakti Brand by Kike Escalante

SP
SP
Submitted by Logoflow.

Gardelle by Deividas Bielskis
Gardelle by Deividas Bielskis

Enlight by Ivan Bobrov
Enlight by Ivan Bobrov

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  • Pedro Faber

    The Hutchinsonn Consulting pattern looks like the São Paulo (BR) sidewalk!

  • John Parry

    Sorry, not sure what is clever or exemplary about the majority of these logos. Sure they’re nicely designed, they look cool, but where’s the easter egg? What makes them clever design solutions and not just nice looking designs? The Fruit & Grain logo is pretty bad— Inconsistent line weights, too many typefaces, inconsistency of scale. If I’m missing something forgive me but without a paragraph or two about each company and why you feel these logos are clever solutions the whole thing comes off like another poorly compiled list-article designed to boost traffic.