40 Classy Uses Of Monogram Logos

Monograms have been around since the time of Ancient Greece, but flourished in the late 19th century when companies across industries, most notably the fashion industry, began adopting monograms as their logos. A popular and enduring element of monograms is the usage of letters found in company names to form visually memorable acronyms.

Major fashion brands adopted monogram logos designed to convey luxury, exclusivity, fine workmanship, originality, taste and style to their wealthy customers. Then industrial brands and corporations began adopting monogram logos.

In this post, we are featuring compelling monogram logos of the old and tested, as well as new and uprising online brands in software, photography, wine, architecture, art or design.

Louis Vuitton
monograms
Givenchy
monograms
Gucci
monograms
Fendi
monograms
Chanel
monograms
Volkswagen
monograms
GE
monograms
ShiftDock
monograms
Sarah Appleby
monograms
McGah Family Cellars
monograms
The Old County
monograms
Yassine Bentaieb
monograms
Sean Heisler
monograms
Casa do Texto
monograms
J. Herwitt
monograms
QuikSpeak
monograms
MarryMe
monograms
Fried Fares
monograms
Mondora
monograms
Dalius Stuoka
monograms
Ginaldi & Marino
monograms
Herb Lubalin
monograms
Dream Catching
monograms
iBallet
monograms
Laura Zacarias
monograms
Bandora Holdings
monograms
OM Productions
monograms
Price Tag
monograms
IZ Studio
monograms
Negative Reality
monograms
Flying Horse
monograms
Test Tube
monograms
KumbariArt
monograms
ac
monograms
Alter Ego
monograms
Wood Manufacture Sosnin
monograms
Victoria and Albert Museum
monograms
TS
monograms
Aabridge
monograms
UK
monograms
society27
monograms
Five One Design
monograms

With continuous application in contemporary graphic design practice and the versatility to work across industries, the art of monograms has clearly stood the test of time. If you are in search of a logo for your brand or organization, will you consider designing a monogram logo?

Editor’s note: This post is written by Jo Sabin for Hongkiat.com. Jo is community manager at DesignCrowd.com, a leading online graphic design jobs marketplace.

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