Logo monograms are inclined to concentrate more on personality compared to the usual logos, and they are usually categorized between a signature and logo. A popular option among freelance designers, they are a great method of demonstrating your brand and highlighting your artistic side without losing personality as an essential component of the visual identity.
Logo monograms have been around since 350 BC and often used on paintings, coins and sculptures. You can even find them on postboxes. The design is often composed of an acronym or letters, formed into a recognizable mark.
Below, I have collected a list of 20 creative logo monograms to give you an idea how letters can be used to create a solid identity. Please share your thoughts and feedback on this post through the comments. You can also share this post with colleagues, to let them know how amazing logo monograms can be.
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