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This is beautifully laid out in the book Letters of Symbols , a collection of, well, letters as logo designs; which has something of an interesting back story. Roger Remington, published in , and many editions of Idea magazine. However, the book was never released until now, since a collaboration between Ibou and fellow Belgian designer though of a rather younger generation Christophe De Pelsemaker was established in Letters As Symbols takes a simple premise, showing logos each based on a single letter of the alphabet from A to Z. He adds: "Looking purely at the aesthetics of the featured logos, they are all equal and have the qualities a good logo must have