2009 logo trends
may 26, 2009
2009 logo trends

top: recycling-inspired logos
bottom: concealed image logos

logolounge recently assembled their annual collection of the latest trends in logo design. this year’s trends
demonstrate that despite tough economic times, logo design is as vibrant as ever. instead of sticking with
the basics, logos are pushing forward with bold and vivid colours. we can also see that designers are
keeping their ideas simple focusing on clear communication. among the year’s trends are logos with
concealed images, dots, stripes, doilies, mosaic patterns, dandelions and encrusted logos. overall,
the trends remind us of the importance of logos especially in today’s unusual business climate.


top: flip-flop logos
bottom: candy stripes logos

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