Tip #6 – Monogram logos, why are they important?
The Monogram Logo comes to us from the garment industry. Used as an identification device, it customarily features two or three letters hooked together somehow.
They were embroidered onto a garment to identify its owner and otherwise make a statement of quality or style. This logo solution is simple but can have quite an impact. Some stellar examples are IBM, RCA, 3M, AAA CLUB, AARP, NBC and I’m sure you can think of more yourself.
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The Next Tip: we will talk about the symbol or pictogram logo, the one that speaks to us through an image, and its uses. Stay tuned for Tip #7
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