Logospotter Review

Posted Wed 8th Jun 2016

Royal Academy of Music

As with some of the other Royal institutions, the Royal Academy of Music up the ante on the crest/serif combo by using a Royal Coat of Arms but unfortunately the large amount of detail makes it unsatisfactory. You can make out the general shapes enough to recognise it, but the detail ends up very indistinct - especially when used on the black background.

The typeface for the text looks like Goudy and is pretty elegant.

Tagged : London , Crest , Monocolour , Serif

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