Best logo designs 2009

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Here’s a quick rundown of some of my favourite 2009 logos and brand marks – the ones that make me smile!

In no particular order… just added as I see them. Here’s a great list of top logo designs and corporate identity, a great inspiration for creators of brands – on client side and for designers.


royal-parks-logo

The Royal Parks: a neat combination of royal symbolism and the leaves you’d expect in the park.

mouse-logo

Microsoft’s digital advertising awards: by Johnson Banks

fedex-logo

FedEx logo: You’ll only think it’s clever if you can see the arrow between the E and the X. Nice.

v-and-a-museum-logo1

V&A Museum, London: proves that a simple twist in the typography can work wonders

habitat-logo1

Habitat Home Furnishings Store: clever twist on ‘home is where the heart is’.

shelter-logo

Shelter: the housing and homeless charity’s logo

mother-and-child-logo

Mother & Child logo: designed by Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase in 1965

us-logo

UPS: Original Branding by Paul Rand – a lovely shield motif with a cleverly hidden gift-wrapped parcel. And lower right, the dreadful new version born through the whims of the marketing department; all shiny and new, but lacking the personality of the 1960’s version which will always stand the test of time.

formula-one-f1-logo

Formula One’s F1 logo: not the most beautiful logo in the world, but a nice link for the F and the 1.

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One thought on “Best logo designs 2009”

  1. Mrs H says:

    FedEx: You’ll only think it’s clever if you can see the arrow between the E and the X.
    I didn’t …thus totally pointless n’est pas?

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