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Logo Crush - Logo Design Inspiration Gallery

Hello everyone! I recently started this new design blog (3 months ago) and I'm glad to share it with you guys :) The blog is about logo designs, both creative and design-rich logotypes. All of the designs is featured from dribbble. I mainly started it because of my love to logo designs, that's actually also how I came up with the name "Logo Crush". It now has a capacity of over 250+ design-rich logotypes (and counting), to inspire, learn from or simply to enjoy!

LOGOMOTION #19 Hot New Font (and rising :)


Hello Typophiles!
We are proud to announce that our type LOGOMOTION is now at #26 Hot New Fonts ranking in Myfonts! (And growing)

"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

Need help identifying Dance Pollution's Logo Font.

Okay I have been searching all over the net now and I just can't find this font... The font is from "Dance Pollution" a record label founded in 1995. I Think they started using this font around 2000-2001.

It looks like the text was stroked in illustrator so I posted the original and a inverted version.

Original Version

Inverted Version

Humanizing Robots


I am gingerly searching for help to expand my tried and true font vocabulary. One project in particular, interests me.

The story involves a team of robots that are not your "Transformer" (mean, warlike) types but not "Rollie Pollie Ollie" either. Everything from "Iron Giant", to "Johnny 5-0", to "iRobot" solve this challenge differently.

Any faces the guru's here might add to a list of type-faces that frame this "spectrum" between, from warlike to infantile, first-shooter warrior villain robots to the ever-cuddly but futuristic Wall-e (and his girlfriend – way sexy and modernly futuristic)?

LOGOMOTION, a mix between SANS & SCRIPT.


Hello Typophiles!
We are proud to announce our new release!

"LOGOMOTION" by Fernando Díaz: a typeface specially designed for logotypes, but can also be used in headlines, posters & signage. It has many OpenType feature programming, that give a more playful and rhythmic spirit, creating an interesting geometric-sans and script mix.

Australian company logo - similar but not exact match to Chickens and Arista 2.0


I've been through a few other websites which provide suggestions based on the image, and I went through the questionnaire on Identifont which suggested Chickens and Arista 2.0 - both of these are similar but slightly different to the one I'm after.

The logo I'm looking at is for an Australian company called "Eye Dream Pty Ltd". They're quite small so don't have their own website as far as I can tell, but the logo is at the bottom left of this website: http://coloronpro.com.au/ and is also attached.

If anyone can help me identify this font I'd really appreciate it.



Logo for Christian Ministry

This is a logo I designed for a local Christian Ministry that is just starting out. The name is "Quest Ministries." I was originally going to use a compass as the ministry will help guide the people through life. But I thought it was too busy so I settled for this - a less complicated design but still has the direction idea to it. The logo with the four colors plays into their branding. The different colors symbolize different themes in their business. However, I made it two colors because I thought the four might be a little busy.

I feel like the logo is fairly solid right now but it doesn't have anything in it that really makes it stand out. Any ideas? Suggestions?

Looking for a Font to accompany my new Logo


I just designed a new logo / wordmark for my company "DesignBits" and now I am looking for a font to accompany this new logo (see attachment below).

Right now, I am using 'Helvetica Neue' which of course is completely overused and its shape has no resemblance with the boxy feel of my logo.

So I am looking for a font that has a more boxy feel and whose "D" ideally resembles the corners of my logo.

If you have any other suggestions / input, please let me know. But please don't be too harsh with me, logo design is not my main profession ;-)

Thanks everyone.

Am I doing it right? A little help with kerning in a logo

Hi typohiles!

This is probably the first time I really have to get the kerning right in a logo. Im a web designer by trade and come from Iceland where everyone is pretty much a generalist. I would be very thankful if you nice people would help me make the kerning in this logo better.

My eye tells me this is close but I'm not too sure about the "ke" pair at the end. What do you guys think?

Thanks in advance.

Logotype Kerning Advice

Hello All,
Hoping I might get some helpful advice on kerning this type. I'm looking at the two Xs as well as the L and S as potential starting places. As it stands the leg of the L is slightly shortened to reduce the amount of negative space between the L and S. The + sign aligns with the center of the H.

My original intent was to keep the type in a tight rectangular shape. Looking at it now I'm not sure what the best strategy would be – tighten the space (possibly overlap the two X's) or instead increase the amount of space around the other letterforms for balance. Perhaps the leading is an issue as well.

Any insights or tips would be appreciated.