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    Pelfusion Admin
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    50 Burning Logos – Amazing Must See!
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  • #33959 Reply

    ballu

    Very good collection

  • #33960 Reply

    Joy

    nice collections

  • #33961 Reply

    tutorialslounge

    awesome collection of burning logos. thanks

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    JTM

    Nice, but some are very poor…

  • #33963 Reply

    div

    splendid………….fire catching…………… 🙂

  • #33964 Reply

    Matt

    some of these logos are great, but there are others that are just terrible.

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    Samurai IT Guy

    Sweet collection!

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    Luci

    Some great examples there, a few definitely stand out head and shoulders above the rest, in my opinion -Firebrand, Liquid Fire & ItHotNews.

    I’m especially interested how they were created. Photoshop or Illustrator? How was that flame effect made for Firebrand? And the sort of glossy, 3D look on Liquid Fire?
    I’ve seen the text effect for ItHotNews around before, it’s a lovely, fairly simple effect but it does give logos a lovely “feel” to them, I think.

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    Jsn

    Great collection, luving the Firehead logo, fire doesn’t have to be red/yellow/orange/blue/blah-blah-blah..go green!

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    Shabu | Geek Sucks

    Nice examples, tweeted.

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    MorayWeb

    Really nice collection, thanks for a great post. I was expecting to see the CodeIgniter logo in there somewhere though… 🙂

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    VkwavE

    nice collection..

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    linko

    Auuuch! hot collection 🙂
    nice post

  • #33972 Reply

    Split

    That Wildfire Marketing Group logo is the weakest.

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