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He is the founder of LogoLounge. This edition’s far-reaching collection offers inspiration, insight, and an indispensable reference tool for graphic designers and their clients.
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Third installment in the series — Master Library 3: Mini Book 2 can be found in this compact 6. It also gives you the rare opportunity to learn stories behind inspired logos from well-known designers and up-and-coming talents, including Alex Rinker, Odney, Steely Works, Simon Frouws, and more.
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