The new Opera logo looks really nice and so does the 2011 Office for Mac icons. What style are they?

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  • Hi Jeff, please take a look at our style identification requirements and make an edit to include the relevant info, thanks!
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    Commented Dec 29, 2016 at 22:15
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    @Rad there aren't restrictions on images for new users on GD (or at least up to 3 images I think, maybe 2, can't remember)
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  • Thanks for putting in the images. I couldn't put them in from my phone. Commented Dec 30, 2016 at 23:25

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This kind of logo is generally referred to as 'ribbon style' because of the way that the letters seem to be made from a folded or curved ribbon.

The examples that you have mentioned both use stylised versions of this approach, but the basic principle is the same. If you do a search for 'ribbon style logo' then you should find lots of examples and even a few tutorials.

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