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it is a sign of identity usually formed to combined initials of a name.
a combination of two or more letters in which a part of letter forms part of another.
are two or three letter designs whose motif may be separated from, joined to, or interlaced with each other to represent a personal initial, business code, trademark, and name among others.
- any of the Arabic numerals or figures.
Types of Monogram 1. Reversible Monogram
-- the letters to be combined should be set down and studied.
A, H, I, M, O, T, U, V, W, X and R are symmetrical and several of them are reversible (upside down) along N, S, and Z
- Pairs such as CD, CO, GD, EB (script) and doubles as HH, CC,DD are often should be balanced left and right and suggest the possibility of the symmetrical arrangement in either the first and second in the successive form. This form is possible oftener than the first and is usually more legible.
- If monogram is being striven for, a careful study should be made to find common strokes.
Pointers to be observed in Designing a monogram
The letters must be read carefully.
In a three-letter monogram, the middle letter should not be larger than the other letters
Prepare at least three trial designs or sketches of different geometrical shapes.
Before trying other letter styles start designing a monogram using the Gothic style.