The point is, typography can communicate things which marks themselves sometimes cannot. Either through manipulation of characters or double meanings of character shapes, the text of a logo might say something in addition to the meaning of the name. Or the style of font used might set the tone for the intended message. Often times, clever or attractive typography can stand alone as the logo mark.
We have compiled 50 of our most favoritest ever (forever) logo designs showcasing exemplary typography. Enjoy!
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