A monogram is a typographic logo that takes the company’s or individuals initialism and arranges it into an elaborate formal logo. Often a monogram is made up from two or three letters to form the one logo. Examples of monograms can be seen in fashion brands such as Chanel or Louis Vuitton. They are also seen in heritage logos for sports clubs, in Australia this includes the Carlton Football Club, Melbourne Football Club and Melbourne Cricket Club.
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