This connection based on a very clever and tiny adjustment. Ho wis it easy to move the two (O)s a bit down??!!! but you have to be think a bit further to get that clever connection. The link is between the red bus and the LONDON word. We also can notice   that the designer duplicated the word LONDON to get that feeling about the double decker bus.

London London double-decker bus logo - poster by Quentin Newark for London Design Festival 2009 [combination of one person's caption with part of another's]

Sinchioil Visual Identity. Very clever, simple, and clean design. Love the pattern that the logo creates.

Very clever, simple, and clean design. Love the pattern that the logo creates. Ultimate Graphics Designs is your one stop shop for all your Graphics And Video Solutions!

Logo design inspiration via From Up North

Logo Inspiration

Otto Climan Studio // Logo design inspiration via From Up North >>> The elegance of the font choice in this logo and the overall simplicity is very effective.

animal logos

Like their product mascot cousins of branding past (Elsie the Cow, Charlie the Tuna, Tony the Tiger, etc.) this new breed of animal logos really stand out. It's not rocket science. Which are you more (Bottle Rocket Art)

BOHO by zofia szostkiewicz, via Behance

BOHO on Behance CPD: We are not boho. We find that when it comes to styling things/creating things to look boho, there is a very fine line between it looking messy and bag lady, and chic and trendy.

Malford Stamp

Malford Stamp

Is there a difference between older logos and more recent logos in the use of type/text vs design/graphic image? This logo is very traditional. I find that modern logos tend to be very simple and symbol based, while older logos are more text based.

Love the simple illustrated water and geometric shape. It's got depth as well, as you start to realize that the simple hexagon is a shape//// I like the water like effect that's around the floating bolder.

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