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A Logo Can Say It All – #146

Many logos make use of white in a colored background. The use of white is noteworthy because it actually makes logos stand out. When you have run out of ideas for a logo, try to talk to your designer, and suggest using the color white.

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Moonbase by Stevan Rodic

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Bee by Stevan Rodic

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The Lion and the Lamb by Mike Bruner

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Rabid Raccoon by Kendrick Kidd

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Waffee by A Friend of Mine

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Seasun Productions by Paul Macgregor

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Socialstat by Nick Kumbari

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Heart Cross by Nick Kumbari

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Nordic by Nick Slater

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Megaphone Local by J.D. Reeves

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ECNO Submitted by Mateusz Nieckarz

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Wanderlust Road by Jared Jacob

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Blindsight Brewery by Jared Jacob

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Scottsdale Brewery by Jared Jacob

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Odin Crossfit by Seth Sirbaugh

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Side Street Hotels by Gustav Holtz

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Angel Owl by Brian Steely

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the Gypsy Wagon by Brian Steely

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Ruthsteam by Brian Steely

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