1. […] Logo design has taken an interesting shift from the past few years. A number of trends from 2015 are still being incorporated, as well as many from decades past. The retro revival has grown into an even stronger movement, with design appropriation from many eras and styles. Much modern branding mimics the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and even 90’s. Scripted fonts have reappeared with a fresh application. Instead of the medieval or adolescent look, 2016 typography is signature, deliberate, and aims to tell a story about the people it represents. This type can make up the entirety of a logo all on its own. […]

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