Logodiver is the logo company owned by Yury Akulin, based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Yury has been designing logos and corporate styles since 1999. During this time he has helped dozens of companies find their corporate visual identity. We present some of his latest logo creations here.
The company’s logo and its various applications, inspired by the Byzantine bread stamps, take a rather typographic route. Each component of the name “Meliartos” is illustrated in the logo. The hexagon resembles a hive for ‘meli,’ Greek word for honey, and the circle brings to mind ‘artos,’ Greek word for bread.
Inspace.io is a small team from Cracow, Poland focused on delivering the highest quality software and branding. Their main area of operations is web and mobile development. Few logos that they have created over the past two years are presented here and can be used as great source for inspiration.
Over the past 25 years, Compass360 has grown to become one of Canada's most respected Branding Communications firms. Their work has garnered hundreds of awards and received accolades from around the world. They are specialized in many areas and brand development is one of them. We encourage you to review some of the logos they have created.
"In keeping with this year's patriotic revival, the brand name ‘BritBag’ was conceived. We then set about creating the identity and a series of bag designs which would showcase the product and position it in the mid to upper high street fashion brand arena."
Tre Seals is a graphic designer specializing in the areas of branding, print design, and typography. "Having been born in the nation’s capital, raised on a farm in Maryland, and traveled between there and Louisiana to visit family, I draw most of my inspiration from these contrasting environments and experiences.
Mateusz Tatara is a graphic designer with more than eight years of experience. He designs both for printing needs and for new media. "I can boldly say that my work is my passion – it allows me to do things which bring me satisfaction and contentment." - says Mateusz.