What’s Hot in Logo Design Trends for 2015

What’s Hot in Logo Design Trends for 2015

When the foundation of a business has been poured, the most solid part of that initial base that can help in the development of a business’ stance is a logo.  A trendy, creative logo plays an important role in making up the impression and to display the perspective of the business. Stunning new techniques come into the world of art and design so people can get the best outcome in the most possible ways. Experts and design leaders are always coming up with new logo trends to give new directions to the genre of logo designs so today Somebody presents before you what’s HOT in trends of logo design for 2015. Oh, and Happy New Year!

Low Polygon

Low polygon is mostly used in backgrounds and wallpapers in the year 2014. This technique has basically come from 3D softwares such as C4D, Maya & 3D studio Max. It has become the most famous form to create logos as well as icons.

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Negative Space (Somebody’s Favorite)

At times, logo designs are embellished with intricate elements that don’t make a logo design beautiful rather complex. So just by adding simple meaningful elements, a logo design can still look stunning, Negative space makes a logo design simple & spectacular at the same time; it is George Bokhua’s trademark.

More beautiful examples of negative space Logo Designs

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Overlapping Technique

A new technique is recently introduced where two design elements overlap each other with shading to form a shadowed logo design.

More examples in Overlapped Logo Work

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Bold & Thin Line Usage

Pen tool is used to create such logo designs. This trend has also taken over icon design market as well. Currently, Apple has used this trend on its latest iOS.

More examples of Thin Line Logos & Line Art Logos

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Script Logotype Usage

It is basically a kind of logotype where a custom Script font is used to display the stance of the company/organization.

More Beautiful examples of Logotype

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3D Metal Usage

This technique gives a metallic look to the logos just like the emblems used in the car logos.

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Hand Lettering & Calligraphy Usage

Hand lettering and calligraphy is used by the logo designers mostly for the tattoo companies, hotels, cafeterias & restaurants to give the logos a sophisticated & professional look!

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Here are some more beautiful examples for Calligraphy Logotypes

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Lino Cut & Wood Cut Style

This technique is used to give a depth and diverse look to the logo designs.

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Gradient Mesh & Linear Gradients in Web Based Logos

Colorful gradients and mesh tool are used to make such logos. This technique is mostly used for the web based companies and applications.

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Vintage Flourish

These kind of logo designs are usually demanded by wedding companies, photographers, interior companies etc. It gives a well decorated look to the logo designs.

More Beautiful Examples: 1, 2

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Now, hopefully these designs will give you the best guidelines for your logo design projects this year. While some are truly inspirational and have staying power, other may just be the usual “wait-and-see” types … which ones do you use and / or like? Let Somebody know below and remember our slogan for 2015 … #MakeItCount

 

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