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Logolog (@logolog) is a logo design blog focusing on wit and lateral thinking in logo design. The logos featured here made me smile and wish I had thought of them first! I like it when logos take me by surprise, either with unexpected associations or playful ideas.

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Denis Radenkovic,
September, 2004

To Beat or Not to Beat

Designer:

Aleksandra Prhal, Belgrade, Serbia

The logo literally “questions” the old-fashioned parenting methods. It’s a strong concept which made it possible for the execution to be a matter of just a few drafts.

To Beat or Not to Beat

Drafts

Poster

It was originally created as an illustration for a chapter in a parenting handbook called “Sure Ways to Spoil Your Child” (“Kako da najlak- upropastite ro-eno dete”, Serbian) by Nade- Milenkovi. The symbol was also used as a poster for the reprinted issue.

The logo was featured in Worldwide Identity by Robert L. Peters (Rockport), on Icograda and Belgrade Design Week ’06.

Designer:

Aleksandra Prhal, Belgrade, Serbia

Posted on

March 12, 2008

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