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Featured Designer: Leighton Hubbell

Check out our interview with LogoLounge member Leighton Hubbell.
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Featured Designer: Ty Wilkins

Check out our interview with LogoLounge member Ty Wilkins.
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Planet Propaganda - Nonsek

Planet Propaganda - Nonsek
"Have it your way." What used to apply to hamburgers applies to lots of experiences these days-television, music, internet, and more. Why not design?
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Liska + Associates

The Chicago- and New York-based offices of Liska + Associates have distinguished themselves for quite some time now with lovely and distinctive packaging and identity projects for beauty, home and wellness clients. One of the latest is Primavera, a company seeking to expand its presence in the U.S. with products rooted in plant therapy.
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Duffy & Partners


Duffy & Partners
The world outside of Duffy & Partners' offices has changed a lot in the Minneapolis design firm's 25 years in business. The nature of the business itself has changed very little.
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Underware


Underware
When MyFonts launched in 1999, its organizers popped a placeholder wordmark and logo into the web site, intending to replace it with a professional design at some time in the future.
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Origin


Origin
Salhia, headquartered in Kuwait, has an extensive domestic portfolio of retail, leisure, hotel and office properties. Its international operations comprise three commercial centers and more than 20 properties in the UK, as well as 17 elder care homes in Germany.
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Landor


Landor
In the beginning of 2000, says Alexander Schoenfeld, creative director of Landor Associates' Hamburg office, the demand for corporate identity design in Eastern European markets was decidedly under the radar. Need or perhaps awareness was just not there.
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Gyula Nemeth


Gyula Nemeth
Gyula (pronounced Goo-lah) Nemeth, the lucky Hungarian designer who uploaded the 100,000 logo onto the LogoLounge.com site in November, says that logo design in his country is currently in transition.
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Moving logos move consumers


Moving Brands
Moving Brands, a London digital and branding agency, has the creation of a moving identity in the heart of its creative process. Movement is seen as an aspect of identity that can be ownable and distinctive for the brand, just like logo, colors or typeface.
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