28 Excellent Examples Of Photorealism in Logo Design

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Though it has come to refer generally to painting that emulates the look of photographs, typically with hyperrealistic clarity, the term `photorealistic` traces its roots to Photorealism. It is a form of illustration where the designer closely matches it to the original image or photo as much as possible. Usually achieved by, but not limited to, pencil sketches. So here are some excellent examples of Photorealism in logo design that emulate the original image as much as possible.

Bull Logo

Bird & Bottle by Emir Ayouni

Meet Wessy by Gert van Duinen

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