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The creator of these logos has used a unique approach to typography. By playing with and arranging letters, very creative logos were formed. These simple, yet interesting logos are an example of the power that typography can have in design.

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Bebas Neue

Bebas Neue is a sans serif font family based on the original Bebas Neue free font by Ryoichi Tsunekawa. It has grown in popularity and become something like the “Helvetica of the free fonts”.

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Musée d’Orsay logo, designed in 1984 by Jean Widmer and Bruno Monguzzi; modified in 1986 by Jean Widmer

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Type Based: Simple word but creatively designed to make the word into an image as well.

This collage is really striking, I could experiment with this technique. Decay, drawing

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.

So cool

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.

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