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I like this logo image because it is simple and unique. I like how the image uses a paint palette to create the structure of a house. It is a good play on the words "Art&Home." Also the black and white colors add to its simplicity. Clever logo

I like this logo image because it is simple and unique. I like how the image uses a paint palette to create the structure of a house. It is a good play on the words ArtHome. Also the black and white colors add to its simplicity.

Premade Watercolor logo  Black stamp logo  by MerryElleDesign

Premade Watercolor logo - Black stamp logo - Initials logo - Photography logo - Art logo design - studio logo - boutique logo and watermark

2013 Reader’s Choice Award Winner: Arte Brasil Branding  Identity by Modu Design Communications.

HOW 2014 Logo Design Competition & Awards Now Open

2013 Reader’s Choice Award Winner: Arte Brasil Branding Identity by Modu Design Communications.

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This logo caught my eye because I love seeing logos that have an actual art feel to them like the watercolor shown.

Comment: It a simple image of a whale. What caught my eye was how the image is left open at the tail. No color variation. No shading. Just outlines and a single dot for the eye. And yet, I like it.

Minimal Whale Logo by Danny Oala ( inspired from Archimedean spiral )

These custom business logo stamps are made by Tyr from Stockholm. You can commission a stamp by her at an affordable price too - on www.thisisjusttosay.co

These custom business logo stamps are made by Tyr from Stockholm. You can commission a stamp by her at an affordable price too - on www.

The Museum of Old and New Art: Festival Of Music and Art, http://harleyjackman.com/portfolio/mofo-festival/

The Museum of Old and New Art: Festival Of Music and Art, often further shortened to simply MOFO, is an annual festival based in Hobart, Tasmania curated by Brian Ritchie, bass player from the rock band Violent Femmes. It is billed as Tasmania’s largest c