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I really like how the two letters are split and look like they are drifting apart. Dribbble - Personal Branding by Anelese Webster

Personal Branding

I like the idea of it being "split" it goes perfectly with the word "hapa" = it's a visual play on the word - kalen

I enjoyed how the name was incorporated into the logo literally, because you can distinguish the tea and the tiny house. (logo design)

Yalon-Logo&Logotypes This design combines very iconic imagery of a house and a tea cup successfully for a unique logo.

PREMADE LOGO. Business Logo. Logo Design. by KelcieSaundersDesign

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MB Modern monogram by British freelance logo designer Richard Baird - richardbaird.com

Is there a difference between older logos and more recent logos in the use of type/text vs design/graphic image? This is a very modern logo.

Interesting and experimental logos. Imagery used related directly to the word itself. Makes the logos eye-catching and memorable.

Playful Lettering Alterations Transform Ordinary Words into Clever Illustrations

Typography + Fonts // Ji Lee creates typographic illustrations that cleverly relate to the words themselves for his Word as Image series.

I just thought this was really cool and unique that the one letter stands out.

25 Outstanding Logo Designs

There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.