Have you ever seen those cool touristy t-shirts with typographic city logos? You know, where each letter in the city’s name is styled to look like a landmark or well-known building from that city? Well, it turns out there’s an artist who does that exact thing – but instead of using t-shirts as his canvas, Mohamed Aljaadaby creates these intricate designs as part of his City Logos project. Each logo is based on the famous landmarks within that city, resulting in some awe-inspiring pieces of art. Check them out!

1. Agra

Taj Mahal

2. Amsterdam

Molen van Sloten

3. Athens

Acropolis of Athens

4. Baghdad

Al-Shaheed Monument

5. Bangkok

Wat Arun Temple

6. Barcelona

Sagrada Familia

7. Beijing

Temple of Heaven

8. Beirut

Al-Abed Clock Tower

9. Berlin

Brandenburg Gate

10. Bern

Bern Minster

11. Cairo

Cairo Tower

12. Caracas

National Pantheon of Venezuela

13. Damascus

Damascene Sword Monument

14. Dubai

Burj Khalifa

15. Dubai

Burj Al Arab

16. Giza

Great Pyramid of Giza

17. Islamabad

Faisal Mosque

18. Istanbul

Blue Mosque

19. Italy

Leaning Tower of Pisa

20. Jakarta

Monumen Nasional

21. Kabul

Abdul Rahman Mosque

22. Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Towers

23. Kuwait

Kuwait Towers

24. Lima

Basilica and Convent of San Francisco, Lima

25. Lisbon

Belém Tower

26. London

Big Ben

27. Mecca


28. Mexico

Temple of Kukulkan

29. Moscow

St. Basil’s Cathedral

30. New York

Statue of Liberty

31. Nur Sultan


32. Ottawa

Centre Block

33. Paris

Eiffel Tower

34. Paris

Arc de Triomphe

35. Petra


36. Prague

Church of Our Lady before Týn

37. Quds

Al-Aqsa Mosque

38. Rabat

Mausoleum of Mohammed V

39. Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer Statue

40. Riyadh

Kingdom Centre

41. Roma


42. Sanaa

Al-Saleh Mosque

43. Seoul

N Seoul Tower

44. Sydney

Sydney Opera House

45. Taipei

Taipei 101

46. Tehran

Azadi Tower

47. Tokyo

Tokyo Skytree

These results are spectacular. This is a great way to show off the city’s landmarks and give it an identity in a new, fresh way. If you’re interested in seeing more of Mohamed Aljaadaby’s work, head to his Instagram page @m.aljaadaby for even more examples! Which one was your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below.

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