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FREE VECTOR DOWNLOAD – logo templates

Here are a few valuable vector logo pieces offered by Logo Templater. Keep these handy for a rainy day.

“We are creating free blank logos templates and free vector art images in Adobe Illustrator EPS files for free download. Use our graphics designs for your website, company or MySpace icon graphics.”

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FREE VECTOR DOWNLOAD logo pieces

FREE VECTOR DOWNLOAD logo pieces

 

*Source:  Logo Templater

Logos in their natural habitat

One of the most alarming tragedies in graphic design today is that most logos live a unsatisfying existence in captivity. They are subject to brutal trademark infringement and often enlarged to unreasonable sizes by account directors all over the world. It’s very sad.

At last a group of design preservationists have courageously released a small group back into their natural habitats. It’s a step in the right direction. We applaud these caring souls.

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*Source: neatorama.com

The ultimate free logo resource – BRANDS OF THE WORLD

Brands of the World is the most comprehensive resource and one of the most visited web sites where visitors can browse and access copies of the world’s famous brands and logos. Through our site, visitors will be able to access and obtain Vector format versions of thousands of brands and logos for use in the mock-ups and presentations pending the permission of the copyright owner(s). Best Brands of the World is also a great resource center for designers to upload their own logo design works and professional details to showcase their work and latest design styles.

Here at Vectorvault, we have referred to Brands of the World as a source for inspiration and in times of need have also used it as a resource to obtain logos for design jobs. Be sure to read the legal on this site carefully. The last thing you want is to upset the design gods – or worse: a lawyer. Use your powers for good and take a look at this great site.


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120 – Inspiring logos

The clever kids over at inspiredology have scoured the world for a collection of logos that are worth taken notice of. In a world so saturated with branding, great design seems to get lost. Every now and then we like to put the focus on the few who are doing it right. See all 120.


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•Source: inspiredology

Baby Car Logos

Brazil

Dentsu ad agency created a series of clever advertisement for Minichamps, a diecast miniature car collectible: “baby” version of the logos! This is adorable and very creative. I’m certain that there are some vector artists out there that would love to attempt this with some big brands. Enjoy.


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jaguar baby car logo advertisement dentsu auto vectorvault free vector files free vector free vector images

masarati baby car logo advertisement dentsu auto vectorvault free vector files free vector free vector images

lambourghini baby car logo advertisement dentsu auto vectorvault free vector files free vector free vector images

*Thanks to our friends at Neatorama for this one.

TRADITIONAL CHINESE ART vs. BRANDING – Chen Hang Feng

Shanghai, China

Mixing and manipulating corporate logos and traditional Chinese symbols, Shanghai-based artist Chen Hang Feng makes intricate paper cutouts that riff on both the era of mega-businesses and his own ancient heritage. This video visits Feng in his studio and accompanies him on a paper-finding walk while he talks about his work, his teacher and materials.

*Source: coolhunting.com

NANO-HAZZARD SYMBOL – Design Competition

Ottawa, Canada –

Biotechnology, nuclear power, toxic chemicals, electromagnetic radiation — each of these technological hazards has a universally recognized warning symbol associatedwith it. So why not nanotechnology — the world’s most powerful (and potentially dangerous) technology?

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Take a look at a catalogue of entries here.

Why Do We Need a Nano-Hazard Symbol?
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