10 Flat Logos with Depth

In logo design, some argue that having a flat, vector-friendly graphical shape is essential. If you ever need a solid-colored logo for a poster, a shape to engrave in products, or a logo that will print legibly with black ink, flat logos can scale and be used for virtually any purpose. Some versatile designers find ways to work within the flat constraints while still offering a secure illusion of depth.

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“Wizz” by Dani Janev.



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“Eika” by Mission Design.



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“ADC” monogram by Unknown.



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“CA” monogram by Creative Assembly. This image is from an Alien Isolation video.



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Company logo for Digital Telepathy, a UX agency.



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“DM” monogram for Discount Mafia, by Elliot Nash.



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Personal logo by and for Dusan Sevarika, a logo design specialist.



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Microsoft’s MSN logo, which was most recently updated in 2014.



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“TR” monogram for “Torquatto Regis” by Matheus Corseuil.



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Microsoft’s Xbox logo, which was introduced in 2011.



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