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I have long been a fan of the work produced by Bluerock Design with a few of theirs being posted to Logo Stack: real world logo design inspiration.

However, it seems that I had missed the true awesomeness of their collective output due to only recently seeing all their logo designs up on their Behance profile.

They really know how to pull off that semi modern vintage feel, using really distinct fonts for the main brand wording, along with some really nice, and carefully used, imagery.

Feast your eyes on this lot.

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