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Trends-2012

We pulled a few samples from Logo Lounge’s 2012 logo design trend report below, as well as examples from by Graphic Design Students at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising whose work reflect 2012 logo trends. Read the full 2012 logo trend report (and past reports) at this link

“Mosaic-like patterns range from highly complex to very simple solutions, created from a small number of elements” defines the Tessellation logo design trend according toLogoLounge.com in its 2012 Logo Trends report.

“Aside from their striking beauty, these logos convey the concept of strength in numbers; combining elements creates a sum greater than the parts. These marks express a scientific nature based in math and give the assurance of precision and accuracy.”

Tessellation

“Mosaic-like patterns range from highly complex to very simple solutions, created from a small number of elements” defines the Tessellation logo design trend according to LogoLounge.com in its 2012 Logo Trends report. “Aside from their striking beauty, these logos convey the concept of strength in numbers; combining elements creates a sum greater than the parts. These marks express a scientific nature based in math and give the assurance of precision and accuracy.”

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Anaglyphs

“This technique was originally developed by a Frenchman to create dimensional stereoscopic imagery in the 1850s,” states LogoLounge.com. “Today, modern iterations of this effect overprint divergent imagery and make one or the other visible depending on the color of lens selected for viewing.”

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Transparent Links

“Though nothing is new about the use of transparencies, the increasing use of this technique is now at critical mass,” states LogoLounge.com. “A sense of lightness is prevalent with the use of clear, clean, pure chroma colors that sometimes produce a rainbow palette.”

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Original article found on: http://blog.fidmdigitalarts.com/