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The 'hipster' logo design guide.

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by GilmoreVisuals, Apr 3, 2014.

  1. GilmoreVisuals

    GilmoreVisuals Active Member

    Personally, I don't think the result is even much of a design, and is focused on trying to fit in rather than standing out. Not a fan at all, but interested to see if people think the same.

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  2. gcol90

    gcol90 Junior Member

    i don't even know what a 'hipster logo' is? i mean, yeah a lot of logos (on dribbble and behance etc.) follow those trends... but i don't see how it's hipster. i thought hipster was being all different and stuff... *shrug*.
     
  3. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    I suppose 'hipster' logo's are those faux 60's Americana style 'stamps' etc, it does seem to be a style that a lot of companies that want to be seen as trendy use... 90% of the time they're not lol

    Gcol, didn't you know behance/dribbble is full of the 'hipster designers'
     
  4. GilmoreVisuals

    GilmoreVisuals Active Member

    This is why I quoted 'hipster', hipster. :)
     
  5. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Hmmm? I wondered that when I first saw this.

    I'm thinking the "hipster" reference is meaning like current trend and not the bearded, fixie riding designer.

    I must confess that this is really my thing (design wise) as my founding stages of design was inspired by a few books on vintage logo/character design and branding.
    It all goes to show that if you remain the same things move in a big circle and you become awesome all over again. :)
     
  6. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    Yeah, fashion is a perfect example of this...
     
  7. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    What goes around, comes around.
     
  8. Epic New Media

    Epic New Media New Member

    I think it's great for beginners to practice, but you're right, there's little to it in all honesty.
     

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