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					LOGO logo design trends -2009
From today's logo design, we get a message that in order to stand out
different, regardless of how much, are worth it. If just from the perspective of identity,
Web2.0 is undoubtedly a sign of failure. They may not be naughty too long. Of course,
me-too sites may still exist, but when it comes to identity, designers will have to roll
up their sleeves more effort.
Than in the past few years, designers have become more aware and sensitive use of
the trajectory of history and style. They are learning how to make signs to reflect its
root causes. In the past, logo design minimalism is a strong pillar in all its
manifestations. But we are seeing it fade away, to take over it is complicated
syncretism.
A particular style, impossible and expect to stay at the top. Logo design trends that
any one trend is always a very short life, going through a "a,"
kind of roller coaster. New trends emerge and old conflicts and move the opposite
direction. With this kind of "mixed blood"-style expansion, the
new logo is very difficult to reproduce the kind of strong sense of originality and
craftsmanship.
2009 ushers in something new, something experimental in nature, may be the
unacceptable.        "More"             will     be       the      new
"less." Strong visual impact and enthusiasm will be the theme
of this season.
Psychedelic Pop Backgrounds background of psychedelic pop
A variety of colors and shapes will fall into the into the scene, even if the design of
the curriculum is still advocated to reduce complexity in favor of concept and
substance. Similarly, this new development led to a "not
prohibited" position, that is all open, nothing hidden.
Each technological revolution is inevitable that produces a romantic counter culture.
However, using a combination of 60's psychedelic patterns of the 20th
century and modern graphic as a background, is actually a kind of postmodernism.
The background whisper to us about? You get the answer consists of two parts: the
psychedelic 60's, and optical arts. Photoshop technique using layered
vectors replaced. This is subject to mood and emotion.
Psychedelic pop backgrounds are reminiscent of the flower power era, but they go
beyond the ultra-modern, unorthodox mind. They are humble and democratic. There
is no arrogance, no snobbery.
In many of these trends are not friendly to put into print. Technological innovation
and a variety of tools, made black and white printing is no longer mandatory. Some
clients know that when they choose a particular trend, a sign of their being converted
into black and white or fax number may be missing when important. What do they get?
They are powerful and colorful images in 90% of the media.
Origami Origami
Desire to return to nature is reflected in the theme art of origami; designers used it to
show their skills.
More and more designers wish to implement their projects, they can face the real
entity. Origami art is fragile and delicate and the digital process is the same. It is very
similar to the previously discussed minimal geometric forms, but it is more like a
sub-trend.
However, origami art, in its own way really become a trend. Because it is being called
for a broader range of designers. This trend will not last long, for the simple reason
that the results would be similar.
Advantage of this trend lies in the process, designers can realize the details in the
process. Because of their clarity and simplicity, the designer will make a more
prominent display accurate signs. Combined monograms corporate logos are a good
choice.
This trend brings us back to "small but beautiful." Origami is
the ancient Chinese art of folding paper, the objective is to use small folds and creases
to the delicate and complex objects. This flag can be a challenge for designers, which
is why they spend a lot of time and effort to design a can of using small amounts of
complex symbol; This is why even though there are some weak folds, still can be
strongly felt designer exists.
TactilLogos touch mark
When you see letter from its vividly in the media, you first feel that? Not feel very
"cool"              mean?         Will        not        feel        very
"emotional." Tactile sense is to evoke the feeling of when you
touch. But tactile does not mean that inappropriate. If you can not be absorbed in the
sense of touch, such as texture, must be compensated for the visual.
Like trying to touch the mark in the real world, designers want to change the texture
in general, they can in their favorite software to work well. However, in the traditional
cutting, painting and pasting also have no problem. Actually require some clever use
of tactile signs can the impact of the audience, more than
"touch" level. The texture and quality must go beyond the
feeling of touch.
This process is a huge challenge even for experienced graphic designers. The process
is similar to the actual material to create a unique experience. Possibilities are endless.
Designers feel they are walking in an almost virgin territory, while every creation
looks like a major breakthrough. Purpose is to create a special mood and atmosphere.
This demand for skills and accuracy is not common in the area of logo design.
Designers is how to cleverly manipulate the tangible aspect to it even to the untrained
eye can immediately sense that this is absolutely genius. Tactile signs incentive for
designers never stop; it is the kind of typical for designers to contrast the origin of
their design ideas, probing the hidden solid strokes, in spiritual things. Whether these
strokes are on metal, paper, or various types of materials.
Arabesque Arabesque
Use a tool such as a beautiful Arabic calligraphy design a corporate logo may seem
straightforward enough, but in your implementation, you will find that this is a
difficult task, and why? Because this style inevitably requires strong tempered for
America instinct. Designer must make his mark to respond to the beauty of the soul
from the Middle East. Arabesque is synonymous with magnificent, it must be
carefully applied to the desired corporate image.
And this trend with the revival of a complex pattern, in the past few years designers
and non designers have observed this phenomenon: both print and digital formats,
complex models are the perfect embodiment of the expression of passion. These
beautiful works from the Middle East, the United States and European designers are
catching up. Arabesque designers desire for uniqueness of the answer. Ancient
calligraphy and modern sans serif fonts harmonious blend of magic. You know what?
Surprisingly modern with mass appeal, mass appeal that is far from cheap.
Logo designers used the wind Arab Arabic calligraphy for a feature to be very
sensitive: it is thick and up and down thin layers in between. Designer's
hand to convey a fluid transition. No wonder the Arabic calligraphy is considered a
true art form. This only means one thing: no dirty and chaotic, only harmony and
connection.
Classic Modernism classic modernism
In 2008, the classic modernist style is back, it is considered by many one of the most
logo design safe and reliable method. 2009 will take us back to its most primitive
form, everything is precise and calculated, and the blank space is cleverly used, all of
which looks like it the old way, it seems that the computer was never invented .
In the classic modernism, we mastered the basic shape, in sharp contrast, bright white
space and form following function (in the form of a certain age passion).
Focus on the essence of modern symbol, concept and implementation of the concept
is the first, and also guiding principles. There is no doubt that it may be diluted, but
it's beautiful there are many room for interpretation. Color and shape are
minimal and strong. Transparency and Photoshop were not invented yet. These marks
convey a sense of trust, security and practical sense, and do so with minimal resources.
When designing a circle of people are promoting a "shout it out
loud" attitude, this is a designer to draw attention to their own way.
Surprisingly, there are plenty of reasons for their absolute simplicity of this style is
accepted by the younger generation of designers.
If you are not sure consumers do you react logo identity, modernism offers you a
historically proven safe channel, in the not fraught with conflicting messages, with
jarring colors and shapes.
Pictograms Pictograms
Logo design should not only be an object or an image, a process or a mixture of colors
and shapes, and it should be problem-solving process.
We see a strong integrated, meaningful trends in the small icon. These icons around in
condensed form the brand's core values, information and market position.
Pictograms non-language multi-cultural communication backbone. As taught in the
universities, as the classic design of pictograms to convey the hope that "I
am" instead of "let me tell you about my company."
Message of the company, is the perfect tool.
Web2.0 logo fade design stage, this trend became apparent. At this time, even more
important to pay attention to the background where the icon, rather than focusing on
the icon itself.
Sometimes, the purpose of pictograms to convey basic ** values.
Pictograms can be traced back many years, but they became popular because service
industries such as aviation, urban planning and public parks must be a common
language for citizens to provide important and useful information. If the logo
designers use of pictograms, they must ensure that they are equally effective.
Visual cues in the pictogram is the key. The logo must project itself as a natural and
clear message to the audience. It gives the impression should not be, people need a
visual aid to decode its contents. Pictogram interpretation of information to the
audience and less pressure; But logo designers must not ignore the aesthetics,
originality and timelessness.
80 "s Geometry Lesson 80 years in geometry
In graphic design, there is a big no, it is using complex geometric shapes with a full
color spectrum to create a logo.
The ability to fax a logo is good or bad is not important. This debate could last several
years, but one thing is certain: the complex geometry will be for some time.
When this 80s trend first appears, it is a way to attract consumer attention. The
purpose was entirely different design, regardless of costs.
Designers will spare no effort, they will use their Macs to prove superior in
today's over-saturated market, they still have the ability to attract the
attention of consumers.
Over the years, monster-like geometry of logos have been aggressive and
self-centered company to promote the self-adopted, replacing the industry's
original self-description mild. Abominable images of these a few years ago made their
appearance and concepts at that time was just child's play, there is no
attention. But the sharp designers and brand developers began to recognize their value,
and started using them.
These works use the full color spectrum, this is really unusual. 20-80s geometrical
logos back in full force minimalism, under-design, and simple common sense. Also,
paradoxically, is not observed last year, 2008, the emergence of high-tech
three-dimensional geometric design, replaced the popular Rubik's cube
body geometry!
This is an opportunity, but of course this may not be thriving and widely used. Maybe
they will make a hit, or to people with visual pollution of the suggested inclusion of
non-essential items may be an effective way to deliver the message. They may lack
some conceptual beauty, but you can not deny that - they are harmonious, visually
stable, it is difficult to copy.
Typographic Logos print logo
Melancholy and solemn? Is. Trendy? Not.
Printed signs will never fade from the designer's visual field, not only
because they provide a simple and attractive silent elegance. The powerful component,
when used as an ornament, is very compelling.
Designing a typographic logo means combining the essence of corporate image and
corporate mission, and these can only be communicated through the font. This is
clearly not a task for the novice designer to prepare, because the concept of the
enterprise and use appropriate fonts must be achieved between a delicate balance.
Undoubtedly, there are thousands of fonts available to the designer, but a good
designer will not succumb to pre-defined font. Professional logo design work from
scratch, as a way to do pastry.
Modify a reservation even if the font is not a good idea. But the print enthusiasts
fervor. Printed signs consistently demonstrate manners, culture, and purity. Select the
fonts must be adaptive capacity, especially when the signs are envisioned in a variety
of occasions. Unfortunately, when the print is no longer a skill and talent, and the **
graphic elements of poor quality, the best marks become adulterated.
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Street Art Street Art

When you hear the "street art" of this word, hand-painted to
come to mind. Background with street art talent to use a special spray painters tools
skillfully changed the wall.
Many people believe that street art is a breath of fresh air - a welcome return from the
computer art.
Street art logos have. There are indications that they will be for a long time. They are
extreme sports and sporting goods manufacturers, vendors preferred medium. When
the theory on the decline, but people still expect a good sign to tell the story of street
art will regain its popularity. When designers want to create some original stuff, they
can learn from some of the fashion in recent years, the street art.
Street art is spokesman for the souls of designers: the city may be implied, and
perhaps a speck of subversion and activism.
When the bold and distinctive street art is reflected in the logo design, let your mind
travel across geographical locations: from the east of Berlin galleries, the colorful
murals in Melbourne and then to Sao Paulo, Brazil, you will find a sign of street art is
a recall on the time and place to give spectators the impression of extraordinary.
Puzzle Patterns maze pattern
When people exclaim, "the world is crazy!", We believe, are so
marked. Thousands of brands are emerging every day it clear that their visual impact
has been greatly decreased.
How to make up the visual effects of the decline?
One way is to brand designers into unknown territory, to which they never dreamed of
the place. This seemingly impossible task two years ago, is now a very common.
The maze pattern to evoke the legend rather than to reduce the content of the brand
essence. Most models highlight the essence, since the sign on the machine was
designed after the show away from nature itself is a recurring trend.
Instead of going into the brand essence, designers are using complex vectors away
from the rules intentionally. Their mantra is: "design has no
rules." No discipline here, but skilful use of fonts, patterns and images of
each other. Restraint is not possible. Anything goes with these puzzles: animals,
letters, plants, badges or random geometric forms into full play. Do not worry, as this
freedom only to meet the strict style of decorative purposes.
At present, the maze pattern started the final battle against businesses. If in the
coming years, large companies intend to plastic, and decided that they definitely need
some "different" things, which would keep pace with this trend,
do not be surprised.

				
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