With the growing interest of people in DIY designs and projects in social media platforms like Pinterest, the monogram design is rampant as ever.
ou’ve probably seen a monogram before even if you’re not aware of the design’s official name.
Monogram is a pattern, design, or concept where two or more letters are combined or overlapped to create one distinct symbol.
Think of Louis Vuitton’s logo, one of the most iconic of all monograms.
The prevalence of monograms isn’t surprising at all since the design dates from ancient history.
The ancient Greeks first used it, renaissance painters applied its technique to their masterpieces, and royal families heavily relied on it for property distinction.
Because of the concept’s longevity and association with prominence, monogram logos have an unequivocal sense of luxury, fine craftsmanship, and exclusivity.
That’s why top brands often opt for the elegance of monogram designs.
The same type of design is usually printed on various event invitations. Some calling cards carry monogram designs as well. And even clothing and garments.
In fact, fashion and beauty industries are known for using monograms as a sign of elegance and rarity.
Schools and universities, especially those with official sports teams, often use monogram designs as well for easier identification. Needless to say, monograms are a favorite pattern.
Unlike other typographical designs, monograms aren’t complicated. Though less intricate doesn’t always mean easy or effortless.
In fact, sometimes the simpler the monogram pattern is, the harder it is to make it stand out from the rest.
But a monogram’s premise is simple. It’s a friendlier type of typographical design that can help novice designers and even first-timers practice on their skill.
Even professional designers skilled in multiple and more intricate designs always go back to monograms.
Here are 40 lovely monogram logo designs that can infuse you with great ideas.
SSG Lockup by Nathan Shinkle
Personal by Deividas Bielskis
FPR by Deividas Bielskis
KZ monogram by Jan Zabransky
NT Monogram by Jon McClure
Daniel Puglisi by Daniel Keller