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February 13 2014

05:10

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

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With the lowering cost of large scale web hosting and equipment, and the increasing number of people with access to high speed broadband, it’s becoming easier for people to launch their own side projects and startups. But when a brand new business launches, it almost always faces extremely stiff competition. At the same time, people have become more and more used to well designed products and services – so for a brand new startup to compete, it needs to look good as well as work well.

In the world of startups, first impressions count – if you can’t entice a visitor into staying and reading more about your business the first time they see you, it’s unlikely that they’ll return. Startups that do well tend to have a focus on great aesthetics, as well as on a great product. This often translates across everything they work on – a beautiful product design, a beautifully designed interface, a gorgeous landing page and a creative and interesting logo for their new startup.

We’ve brought together a showcase of creatively designed, thoughtful and beautiful startup logos to give you some inspiration for your next logo design project.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Grove.io helps businesses run their own IRC channels without worrying about installation and archiving, and is designed mainly for developers. Grove’s logo is simple, instantly recognisable and the minimalist triangles within the brand mark hints at a forest, while the mark also forms a speech bubble.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Airbnb allows people to rent out their apartments, houses and flats on a nightly basis, and is a great and quirky alternative to using a hotel. Airbnb was so named because it was originally meant for renting airbeds, and so the logo’s typeface is bubbly and appears soft, and is always surrounded by a hint of drop-shadow that makes it appear to “lift” off the page slightly.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Adioso is a flight search engine that allows people to find flights by searching using natural language, like “flights to New York in November” or “Seattle to Anywhere”. Adioso’s logo includes a simple and irreverent reference to what they do, by including a paper aeroplane lazily drifting past the design.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Memsql provides businesses with a database stored in the cloud, and was founded by a former Facebook engineer. Memsql’s main selling point is that it’s ultrafast and can access huge amounts of data extremely quickly. Memsql’s logo is easy to recognise and isn’t too complex – and it aims to show off one of the biggest benefits of the software, speed. The brand mark shows a spinning circle, and gives off the impression that it’s moving fast.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Whoworks.at is a browser extension that shows you who works at the company that you’re checking out. When you land on a web page, it checks LinkedIn to see who works there and then tells you who you know. It’s brand mark plays on the W of “WhoWorks.at”, and is clean, minimalist and neatly contained within the circle.

dropbox-logo

Dropbox is an extremely popular file storing and sharing service that aims to do away with USB flash drives, or awkwardly emailing files to yourself. The logo is simple, beautiful and instantly recognisable.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Kissmetrics is a web analytics company that aims to show businesses simple, actionable insights from their data. Kissmetrics have given their logo some personality by surrounding the brightly coloured bar graph within a heart shape – a subtle indication that you’ll love working with your analytics data using the software.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Jelly is the new startup from Biz Stone, who cofounded Twitter. Jelly is a Q&A app designed for mobile devices, and aims to help people help each other. The logo remains simple, flat and minimalist – but is instantly recognisable as the brand’s mascot: a jellyfish.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Highlight is a fun social iPhone app that uses GPS to tell you if you were near other Highlight users, and tells you more about them. Highlight’s logo design is certainly controversial – it might not be the most attractive to look at (and you may not be able to look at it for long), but the layered grades of colour do get people talking.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

GiftRocket is a service that allows people to give and get gift cards for anywhere, using just their mobile phone. GiftRocket’s logo is friendly and full of personality and fun, and the brand mark – a rocket with a bow around it – perfectly sums up the name “GiftRocket”.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Chefs Feed is a mobile app that rates restaurants and the dishes they serve, and the reviews all come from professional chefs themselves. The Chefs Feed logo shows a chef apron that’s been hung up, indicating that they’ve taken the night off to eat elsewhere.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Flipboard is an iPhone and iPad app that takes your RSS feeds, Facebook and Twitter accounts and turns them into a beautifully presented interactive magazine, automatically. The Flipboard “F” is placed front and centre here, and varying shades of opacity are used to imply that parts of the logo design have been folded over – much like it’s possible to do with the actual Flipboard app.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

TaskRabbit is a service that provides you with a personal assistant to help you with anything you need doing – like putting up Ikea furniture, fetching coffee or doing your grocery shopping. TaskRabbit’s logo introduces a mascot to help give the brand some personality, and the mascot’s stance indicates that it’s moving fast – a hint that tasks carried out on TaskRabbit are quick.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Optimizely makes it easier and quicker for companies to implement simple and effective split testing for their landing pages. Optimizely’s logo uses a heavily stylised “O”, with a dart forming out of it. This partly gives the impression of speed, and also partly implies that the software can pinpoint improvements to a finer detail.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Sprintly is a beautifully designed, easy to use project management tool that’s designed to fit in well with developer workflows. Sprintly uses a beautiful, muted colour palette with a bright red running figure, which stands out despite being small.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Grooveshark is a free service that let’s you stream music from your favourite bands and artists over the Internet, create your own playlists and store your favourites. Grooveshark’s brand mark is clean, minimalist and simple – the shark fin is clearly visible without being tacky.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Plair allows you to watch TV, video and films via a special USB dongle, streamed directly from their service. Plair’s logo is a playful nod towards the shape of the hardware they use (which looks a bit like a dolphin’s fin), while the negative space of the logo forms a “play” button.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

ElasticSales is a service that rents out salespeople to other businesses on-demand, and is designed to help get leads for other startups as they grow. The logo for elastic features a brand mark that almost resembles a ball of elastic bands – the bright, colourful mark stands out against the more professional, clean and heavily kerned “elastic” typeface.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

BufferBox provides pick-up centres for packages ordered online, so instead of having your package delivered to your home (where you could potentially miss it), it’s instead delivered to a BufferBox in a popular location where it can be collected at your leisure. The logo choice for BufferBox is simple and professional, but gives a hint as to what the service does – by partly enclosing the latter part of the type in a box, and using their trademark light green.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Hipmunk is a flight search engine that aims to take the agony out of finding a flight. Instead of showing a typical list of search results, it shows a beautiful, intuitive and easy to understand selection of options. Hipmunk has gone out of it’s way to inject personality and fun into their logo, by using a mascot of a chipmunk wearing aviator goggles. The Hipmunk mascot is one of the things that’s most talked about the company, and helps them stand out against more professional, overly corporate rivals.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Vayable offers unusual and quirky adventure holidays, including interesting experiences provided by local tour guides. Vayable’s logo takes the famous pin icon (indicating a location or place), and doubles it up to form a heart shape, which implies that you’re about to love your holiday. The two location markers also help to suggest that you won’t be alone on your holiday, as there’ll be a Vayable guide there too.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

Github is a repository for code, making it easy and efficient for multiple developers to all work on the same project and contribute to open source code. Github, like Hipmunk, have chosen to add some friendly, quirky personality to their brand by using a mascot – in this case the Octocat. It’s unusual and quirky appearance is a bold move, but it definitely helps to make the brand memorable.

A Showcase of Creative Startup Logos

ZeroCater makes it easy to book large lunch orders and have them delivered to your office. ZeroCater’s logo includes an origami crane made out of a napkin, a subtle reference to food service and creativity. The mark itself is beautifully designed, and – if the company became well known enough – could become recognisable even if the words “ZeroCater” weren’t included next to it.

Are there any creative, interesting and inspiring startup logos that you’d like to share? Please do let us know in the comments.

January 08 2014

05:42

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

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Here at WDL, we never get tired of great logo design. This is why today we have a new selection of inspiring logos to show you. These logos are minimalist and beautiful. They use simple lines and great typography, proving that you don’t need to over design to represent your brand in a bold way.

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

Minimalist Logos for your Inspiration

November 27 2013

16:41

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

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Logos are always a good source of inspiration, especially when you pay attention to the details designers use to represent a brand. Whether it be typography, colors, or white space, there is always something you can learn while observing well designed logos. This is why today we have a collection og beautiful logos to show you. Enjoy!

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

Beautiful Logos to Inspire You

October 10 2013

14:36

19 Simple and Clean Logos

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Here at WDL we love logo design and we also like to observe how designers create something that will be the face of brand. Logo design is certainly really challenging and requires creativity and talent to be able to deliver a logo that strongly represents a brand. Today have here simple and clean logos to inspire you and to show that simple logos can still get a lot of attention. Remember to click on the images to know more about each piece and its designer.

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

Simple and Clean Logos for your Inspiration

September 06 2013

15:30

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

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Negative space is the empty space between the main elements of a design. It is always inspiring to see how talented designers utilize this space to create shapes in a logo. Today we gathered some excellent examples of logos using negative space in a clever and stylish way. Take a look and remember to click on the images to learn more about each design.

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

Clever Examples of Logos with Negative Space

August 30 2013

04:33

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

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Branding is something pretty challenging and it requires a lot of talent to create something that will represent a brand in the best possible way. This is why I think branding projects are so great. You can analyze how designers choose colors, dimensions, typography and textures, how they deliver an identity that will be the face of a company. Today we gathered a few examples of fresh branding projects from Behance to show here to keep you inspired. Make sure to click at the images to learn more about each idea and its designer. Enjoy.

Cakes & Coffee

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Karma Sushi

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Gifts Workshop

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Zimmerei Pensold

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Carlos de Toro

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

That guy from Warsaw (personal brand identity)

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Tothpal Tomi / Photography

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Florenzza

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

Branding Inspiration: Beautiful and Elegant Examples

August 07 2013

05:01

24 Elegant and Colorful Logos

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I’ve always found logo design to be one of the most challenging things to get right. There’s so much that a logo can say about a brand without actually saying it. The tone, style and overall fit and finish of a logo can reveal a lot about the feel of the brand too – from elegant, professional and refined brand identities to fun, colourful and quirky (and everything in between). It’s also possible to create logos that fit right in the middle, matching elegance and colour to create a feel that’s professional, but slightly playful.

I’ve collected some examples of my favourite logo designs that all pair colour with elegance. Some of these are bold and bright, while others make use of more muted colours, but each of them have been designed beautifully with real care and attention taken. There’s something quite fun and invigorating about a design that isn’t afraid to use a plethora of colours, and so I hope you find the collection inspiring and interesting too.

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Ryan Harrison

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Guillaume Marais

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Maria Grønlund

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Petshopbox

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Vinent

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Genki Hagata

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Enrique Sánchez

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Marianella Snowball

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Evan Dinsmore

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Cosmin Cuciureanu

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Harley Spick

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Modisana Hlomuka

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Andres Vizio

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Arpit Tilak

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Lawrence Allen

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Designers Revolution

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Kim Marcel Czesna

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Abdelilah Driouch

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Jordan Dobney

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Jared Hill

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by ALL4LEO

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Alen Type08 Pavlovic

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Emir Ayouni

Elegant, Colourful LogosLogo by Adrianne Hawthorne

Have you discovered any creative, elegant and colourful logos? Share what you’ve found in the comments!

July 31 2013

04:12

Inspiring Logos for your Delight

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Well designed logos are always a good source of inspiration. It’s amazing how many ideas we can get just by browsing logo galleries. From color palettes and typography, to textures and shapes, there’s plenty in a logo from which to gain inspiration.

Designers do a brilliant job on delivering logos that convey the personality of a company, and this is certainly no small task. So to keep your ideas flowing today, we gathered some examples of inspiring logos to get you inspired. Remember to click on the images to learn more about each logo and its designer.

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

A New Round of Inspiring Logos for your Delight

June 06 2013

04:31

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

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As you know, here at WDL we love logos, especially the ones that get our attention for their beauty, simplicity or intelligence. Logos are a nice way to get inspired, especially if we think about how much a designer has to communicate in such a limited graphic. It is certainly a tough job to create the face of a company, and this is why today we will show you some simple, beautiful and effective logos that will get you inspired for your own projects. Take a look and remember to click on the images to know more about each logo and its designer.

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

Beautiful and Simple Logos for your Delight

May 08 2013

13:07

50 Vintage Logos for Inspiration

Vintage and retro style is a popular choice for web and graphic design. While we’ve showcased vintage web designs in the past, we’ve never focused on vintage style logos. Well, that vintage and retro feel can be an excellent choice for logos as well. Vintage-style badges are especially popular elements to use in logo designs right now, and you’ll see several examples within the selection below. In addition to badges, other elements like sunrays, gears, rockets, and ribbons are also used to enhance the retro feel. Sometimes objects from the past, like vinyl records or classic cars, tend to pop up in these types of designs for added character.

In this post we’ll showcase 50 vintage/retro logo designs from a wide variety of different designers. Hopefully this will provide some inspiration that can be put to good use in your own work. Some of the examples here are in use in the real world, some were unused proposals that clients did not choose, and a few are experimental designs just for fun. Regardless, they all use a design style that can be used by many types of logos.

Walker Tire

Walker Tire

Lavender Fastener Company

Lavender Fastener Company

Cosmo Pop

Cosmo Pop

Colorado’s Top Brewers

Colorado's Top Brewers

 

Pixelfly

Pixelfly

Cutler-Hammer

Cutler-Hammer

The Redemption

The Redemption

The Midnight Jam

The Midnight Jam

Holloway Memorial COGIC

Holloway Memorial COGIC

Хуторок

Хуторок

The Front Porch

The Front Porch

Charlie’s Catering Experience

Charlie's Catering Experience

Milkman

Milkman

American Billiards Service

American Billiards Service

Blacklands Malt

Blacklands Malt

Anvilvideo Productions

Anvilvideo Productions

Goat House Brewery

Goat House Brewery

Brew’d

Brew'd

Belle City Brew Fest

Belle City Brew Fest

Grease Monkey

Grease Monkey

The Clean Cut

The Clean Cut

Chuck’s Garage

Chuck's Garage

Manor Coffee

Manor Coffee

Retro Wall Street

Retro Wall Street

Muzzle Loaders

Muzzle Loaders

Family Classic Cars

Family Classic Cars

Barrel Roll Creative

Barrel Roll Creative

Funk Shed

Funk Shed

The Astor Theatre

The Astor Theatre

Render Engine

Render Engine

Beverage Alliance

Beverage Alliance

Greyston Bakery

Greyston Bakery

Sleeping Owl

Sleeping Owl

Toco Madera Casino

Toco Madera Casino

Strive Studio

Strive Studio

Betty Who

Betty Who

Tokyo Bicycles

Tokyo Bicycles

The Big Top Fashion Show

The Big Top Fashion Show

Hypnotic Design

Hypnotic Design

Pinup Girl Espresso

Pinup Girl Espresso

Vintage Steels

Vintage Steels

Steele Glassworks

Steele Glassworks

High Peak Images

High Peak Images

SIDE

SIDE

Peter’s Gourmetsaser

Peter's Gourmetsaser

Fedorable Hat Co.

Fedorable Hat Co

Captain Creative

Captain Creative

Big Reach

Big Reach

Pint

Pint

Red Dog

Red Dog

For more inspiration from logo design please see:

March 26 2013

12:36

30 Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

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Your logo is your face. It is how you present your brand to your audience. It is how you want people to see you. Designing the right logo is a very tricky process, especially because you want to visually impress your audience without overwhelming them. You want to get their attention for the right reasons. This is why I love minimal logos. Following the trend of minimalism in web design, minimal logos can also be very inspiring. So today we gathered a collection of inspiring minimalistic logos to show you. Here you will be able to see that a lot of times the simple path can deliver amazing results.

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

Minimal Logo Designs for your Inspiration

November 30 2012

01:20

50 Domestic Animal Logos

The need for unique visual identities has pushed both designers and ventures in capturing inspiration from unusual and common origins. Today, we showcase 50 logos with a slightly common source: logos inspired by animals that human beings have managed to domesticate during thousands of years.

Symbolism plays a significant part in logo design and extracting inspiration from friendly, trustworthy and sometimes funny looking domesticated animals is a natural place to seek creative inspiration. Although the featured animals in this post are familiar, the logos display a memorable and one-of-a-kind visual appearance. Without further ado, feel free to fuel your creativity with 50 logo designs inspired by these cute, sometimes fierce and often furry domestic animals.

Top dog training

Sheepington

oinky

Las Cabras de Mexicali

Gray Bull

Curly Cat

Great

Buffalo

Rum Donkey

Good Duck

Horses Kingdom

Pis’moved

Goosey Gander

Happy Lama

Yak Works

goldfish inc

Rabbit

Canary

Coy koi

Ratbit

Freebee

Road-Hog

Camel

Elephant Mouse

Selecore

Mack Wack the Duck

Alpine Goat Project

DogCat

White Rabbit

Midnight Donkey

truffle seeker

EMAG

Bullocked

Fatcat Coffee

Bee

Work Horse

Sheep

carrier pigeon

buffalo

Imperial Horses

Store logo in progress

Barcamp Litoral

Bravo Game

Mary Sheep

Nualz

Llama

fold dog

Burro Bar Variant

Laura Bee

Pet Nest

Bull

Which was your favorite design and why? Do you look at animals for design inspiration when you receive a logo brief? Let us know in the comments!

November 20 2012

00:09

Tribute to Yuri Galitsyn

The Kiev based Ukrainian illustrator and graphic designer Yuri Galitsyn passed away unexpectedly earlier this month.

According to Galitsyn’s LinkedIn profile, he studied book drawing in the early 1980s at the Higher Polygraphic Institute in Kiev (known as the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute) during the twilight years of Soviet ruled Ukraine.

Galitsyn’s body of work was extensive  with a distinct style that incorporated line drawing and animal motifs giving his work a contemporary ’neo-gothic’ feel with the effective use of line weight and shadow to create depth and feeling to his designs.

He was an active member of the online design community. Galitsyn’s Dribble profile displays  more than 2,000 followers and 20,000 ‘likes’ for his designs. His work can be viewed on Dribble.com and LogoMoose (see links at end of post).

As a well-liked and respected member of this community, designers from around the world have publicly shared their feelings about Galitsyn’s death.

“I heard about this tragedy. Really liked his unique style. Glad that you guys didn’t forget him. I think that his style should be called by his name, because I don’t know any other designer who designs logos like that, ” said Lithuanian designer Paulius Kairevičius.

We commissioned Felix Diaconu to curate a roundup of Galitsyn’s most recent designs which we’re publishing today. The Romanian designer says, “The following collection of 25 brilliant logo designs belongs to a great man and designer, Yuri Galitsyn.  Our sincere condolences to Yuri’s family and relatives. R.I.P. Gal! Your work will always be remembered in our hearts!”

Bull Restaurant

Lion Football

Shop Honey

Shaman Letterpess

Charterbook

Oldtimer gallery

Cat logo letterpress

Iron elephant

Raccoon

BTS

Happy Lama

Seahunter

Camel

Hockey

STARCOM

City-bike

Guitarshop

Union Express logo

Dachshund

Gorilla

Hopenia

LOMAPOKO

Scherkhan

Dodo Pizza

Logo of Theater Institute

You can view more examples of his work here:

http://www.logomoose.com/members/Gal/
http://logopond.com/members/profile/showcase/35527
https://www.free-lance.ru/users/urag/

Do you know more? If you knew Yuri personally or just admired this prodigiously talented designer from afar, share a link to your favorite designs of his in the comments below.

April 13 2012

08:02

Television Typography: Showcase of Memorable TV Show Logos


  

TV show logos have become an art. They create recognizable brands that become an important part of a show’s off-air life and legacy. The eclipsing O of “Heroes”, the periodic elements of “Breaking Bad”, the film-negative “X-files”, these title pieces have become instantly recognizable, and help make their shows familiar across many mediums.

What makes these logos so unforgettable and remarkable? The answer is tied up in the shows themselves. The most memorable TV show logos are those which are both beautiful and evocative, using design to tell us something about the show we’re about to see. They use typography and color to set the scene, and imagery to make themselves memorable.

Some of the TV show logos in this showcase use classic fonts and simple black and white color schemes (Lost), others create their own characteristic typography in bold, striking colors (Monty Python). Some use photographic flairs that draw out key themes of the show (Glee), while others are part of graphics that tell a story (Batman). All give us a clue about the show itself, evincing theme, feel, and story. All demonstrate some of the best of logo design.

See how these 30 TV show logos use design, typography, and imagery to capture the feel of their shows.

Television Typography

Modern Family

The “Modern Family” logo differentiates nicely between its two parts, with a clean, black sans serif imparting modernity, and a serif font in a warm color welcoming you into the family.

Dexter

“Dexter” looks put together and normal at the outset, but the more you get to know him, and the further into the logo you read, the more bloodstained and splattered he becomes.

Monty Python’s Flying Circus

Monty Python’s comedy sketch series on the BBC often features Terry Gilliam’s cutout animations. The foot in the logo is appropriated from Agnolo Bronzino’s painting “Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time”. The surreal, Dadaist nature of these cutouts are perfect for the show’s frequent dalliances into something completely different.

That 70’s Show

The “That 70′s Show” logo uses bright colors and bold, clean lines to hearken back to 1970′s design aesthetics. The font was selected specifically to make us feel like we’re looking into the past; too far, in fact. It’s Arnold Böcklin, the most well-known Art Nouveau typeface, designed in 1904.

The Sopranos

“The Sopranos” logo is killer. Literally. The gun detail and striking blood red color in most of the promotional designs tell you right off the bat that the show is going to be violent, though the clean lines and simple font softens the impact. The font, called Mobster, is available from Sharkshock.

Batman

This wonderful cloaked logo is a re-purposing of the already recognizable Bat Signal, which first appeared in the DC Comics in 1942. Best of all, the font gives each letter bat ear serifs.

Glee

Glee’s clever “L” reflects the show’s preoccupation with losers, and the jocks that torment them. It might even bring back uncomfortable memories of your own high school days.

Jersey Shore

The “Jersey Shore” logo looks stamped on, like a badly inked tattoo or bar room floor. It’s trashy and dirty, yet still interesting enough to make you keep looking.

Lost

The huge “Lost” logo is a perfect use of the typeface Impact. It hovers at a stark angle, fading in and out of focus, leaving us with a sense of unease, and lots of questions.

The X-Files

The “X-Files” logo encourages you to look past the surface. The sharp sans serif counter balances the stark, glowing x-ray X, Mulder’s wild belief balanced by Scully’s scientific reason.

24

Let the count-up begin. The digital-clock font gives us a sense of urgency and impending action in the “24″ logo. A note for all you kerning purists: you’ll notice during the show that the spacing on the clock given to the number 1 is too narrow for a full number (like 0), so the clock never transfers from 1 to 2, or from 0 to 1.

Castle

The “Castle” logo economically captures both of the show’s main themes, writing and crime, in less than half an A. It combines elements of an urban landscape with the written word, and gradually sheds light on the city as the logo progresses.

Parenthood

The “Parenthood” logo subtly tucks the tails of its A, R and T behind other letters, like children hiding behind their mother’s leg.

Soul Train

The “Soul Train” logo captures the neon colored, psychedelic vibe of the “hippest trip in America”. It also chugs along just like the show, which aired from 1971 to 2006, making it the longest-running nationally syndicated program in television history.

Breaking Bad

All of the title pieces and credits in this chemistry-themed show are elements from the periodic table. Bromine and Barium are featured in the main title, though Barium’s electrons have inexplicably been changed to match Bromine’s, both reading 2-8-18-7. The Barium box is also slightly smaller than Bromine’s. The designer clearly has a vendetta against Barium.

The Gong Show

One of the great classic logos, “The Gong Show” graphic didn’t stray far from the gong, or the bright colors and eye-catching shapes of 70′s design styles.

The Office

The logo for the American version of the BBC hit “The Office” is simple and straightforward, with apt use of the font American Typewriter.

Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog

“Dr. Horrible’s” Logo is designed in the style of early movie posters, giving you a taste of 1950′s overstated zeal in the ultra modern packaging of a web serial.

Buffy, the Vampire Slayer

The “Buffy” logo is gothic and gritty, just like the show itself, and is sharp enough to stab several vampires.

Scandal

“Scandal”, one of ABC’s newest shows, is about the nitty gritty of the Washington DC rumor mill, and the scandal cover-ups that fuel them. The logo is perfect, a red stamp reminiscent of one that might say “classified” or “top secret”, on an already-shredded insider document.

Wheel of Fortune

The “Wheel of Fortune” logo is bright enough to keep you up watching late night TV, and colorful enough to give you a seizure, just like the show.

Being Human

The smudge of an I in the “Being Human” logo could almost be a hooded person. Or maybe it’s a monster. The ambiguity plays nicely with the show’s cross-breed theme.

The Price is Right

This classic logo uses a pleasantly unbalanced graphic and the 1970′s font Pinto Flare, which has inspired everyone from gameshow designers to gamers. Ray Larabie of RockstarGames created a modification called Pricedown, which is the font famously used in “Grand Theft Auto”s logo.

The Price is Right has versions all over the world, and its logo is often tweaked and changed to fit local aesthetics. In France, for instance, the logo for “Le Juste Prix” is set in a bold sans serif on a lightbulb studded marquis.

Conan

Conan’s instantly recognizable coif makes this logo perfect for a show that is all about him. The ginger-hair colored “Co” is a wink to his self-titled supporters, “team Coco”.

The Muppet Show

“The Muppet Show” logo is whimsical and playful, hearkening to everything from the Looney Toons popping out of a drum, to old Vaudevillian calligraphy. With that wink at Vaudeville, it evokes an attempt at high mindedness that invariably devolves into slapstick comedy, just like the show itself.

Heroes

The “Heroes” logo uses ITC Avante Garde Condensed, an apt font for a show about the advance guard of humanity. The eclipsing sun is a central catalyst in the show.

The Wire

Hailed as perhaps one of the best shows to ever be on television, “The Wire” has a custom-font logo that went through a redesign for the fifth and final season. The image is worth a thousand words: it lets you know this season will focus on the newspaper, which will in turn focus on everything from violence to Baltimore schools.

Mad Men

The “Mad Men” logo has quickly become iconic. The font is somewhere between Trade Gothic Next Condensed and Helvetica, a favorite choice of real Mad men in the 60′s. The silhouette of a reclining Don Draper, holding his ever-present cigarette in one hand (and you can assume a whiskey in the other) is the picture of studied nonchalance, just like Don himself.

Doctor Who

The new “Doctor Who” logo features a visual element from the show itself. The TARDIS is formed from the Doctor’s initials, combined to make the shape of a police box. The “Doctor Who” logo has gone through as many iterations as the show has Doctors. From its inception in 1963, where the words were in a simple sans serif stacked on top of each other, to the “Diamond Logo” of the 1970′s, to the oval-encompassed version of the aughts, it has been updated and changed as often as the show itself.

Northern Exposure

Quirky dramedy “Northern Exposure” is set in small-town Alaska. Its logo has got a rough hewn, wood cut quality that meshes well with the wacky woodsmen, transplanted big city doctor, and native American characters.

Fade Out

Those are some of the most memorable TV show logo designs from popular American and British television series’. Think you know a great one that wasn’t mentioned? Or want to see more? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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April 03 2012

11:09

33 Logo Designs from the Music Industry

An effective logo design can have a positive impact on a business or organization in any industry. And if you’re a designer, browsing through well-designed and creative logos can prove to be an excellent source of inspiration for your own work. In this post we’ll showcase 33 different logos from the music industry. These logos have been created by various designers. Click on the images or the text links to be led to the source where you can get more information and, in most cases, see more work from the designer.

The Valleys

The Valleys

Harmonica Estudio

Harmonica Estudio

Crescendo Music Entertainment

Crescendo Music Entertainment

Cafe Concert

Cafe Concert

Audiobite Records

Audiobite Records

Rock ‘N’ Roll

Rock 'N' Roll

Capo Don Records

Capo Don Records

Coeur D’Alene Jazz Charter

Coeur D'Alene Jazz Charter

Wilfrido Vargas

Wilfrido Vargas

Elmaudio

Elmaudio

The Groover

The Groover

Insongniac

Insongniac

Cherry Records

Cherry Records

Akira Records

Akira Records

Indie Artist Station

Indie Artist Station

Piano Forest

Piano Forest

Wiesinger Music

Wiesinger Music

Music That Mends

Music That Mends

Gala Music

Gala Music

Cherry Valley Recording Studios

Cherry Valley Recording Studios

Music House

Music House

Music Geeks

Music Geeks

Homegrown Music

Homegrown Music

Go! Music

Go! Music

White Castle

White Castle

Music Poet

Music Poet

Musicando

Musicando

Harmony Music

Harmony Music

Hats Off Records

Hats Off Records

Tyler Done Music

Tyler Done Music

Songcake

Songcake

Fallen Sparks Records

Fallen Sparks Records

Lost Wax Records

Lost Wax Records

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March 12 2012

02:59

50 Legendary Logos with Mythical Creatures

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A successful logo design always depends on being able to reflect the entire personality of a company into a single, symbolic design. Since ancient times, people have managed to capture, define and conceptualize human emotions, strengths and weaknesses into creatures of legend and myth that impersonate exaggerated characteristics of humanity.

The symbolism behind such mythical creatures is a source of inspiration for artists worldwide that, due to the fermentation of these ideas over thousands of years, holds a great deal of weight. Companies that use logos designed with these “mythical creatures” as inspiration in various poses capture the essence of that specific creature and sends its customers a clear message as to what they should expect.

Winepire

Count Dracula

Linea Lore

Tool’s Supermarket Troll

Mayhemstyle

Lil’ Monster

Pendragon Artists

Devilfox

Puss In Boots

Grypho

White Gnome

Godzilas

Wizard Management

Medusa Records

I am Hercules

Fly Angel

Mercuriox

Gargoyle

Cyclops

Unicorn

Yetty

Romet

PAN

TweetWitch

Centaur

Heat of Eden

Deadnote

Ghostcloud

EcoPixy

Angel

Barrabas

Hidalgo Stout

Olymp

Century Report

Elien

Lil’Red Demon

Black Magick

Atlas Yachting

Gryphon

ToadKing

Phoenix Design

TaiChi Penguin

Stinger

Tribal travel

MusicSkull Records

Someday

Jeti Snowboard Club

Veles

The Green Man

Raven&Wolf

Have you seen other inspiring uses of mythical creatures in logos lately? Let us know about them in the comments!

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January 23 2012

21:00

January 20 2012

08:58

50 Inspiring Logo Designs


  

A logo is an essential part of branding your website and marketing it offline and online. Some logo designs feature simple, beautiful typography whilst others more are fun and colourful. However, all logos should be memorable and able to integrate with your website design effortlessly.

One of the best ways of getting inspiration for a logo design is by looking at what other designers have created. Today we would like to show you 50 creative logo designs that we hope will inspire you and give you ideas for creating your own logo.

Lovely Logo Designs

1. Storm Foundry

A great logo that uses a bold font and hides a lightning bolt in the middle of the logo. The noisy insides of the ‘Storm’ part of the logo are reminiscent of a thunder storm.

Storm Foundry

2. Michael Spitz

An arrangement of colourful leaves in the shape of an M is a good, simple icon that could effectively represent creative growth. Though if you take away the color, it would not work as well to impart the same idea.

Michael Spitz

3. PhotoForum

A simple yet smart icon logo that simultaneously represents photography and community within the same design. Strangely, the website Photo Forum isn’t using this great icon and is instead using a very basic logo.

PhotoForum

4. Moolloon

What else did you expect from a name such as Moolloon? The balloon is modeled after a cow’s udder whilst the basket has a cow coloured scheme (i.e. black and white). It’s a fun design that represents the silliness of the name.

Moolloon

5. Networking

A simple logo that places a crown over the letter I to emphasise the word King. The yellow line that races towards the crown gives the impression of speed too.

Networking

6. Pixelflow

Created for a small freelance business, the Pixelflow logo beautifully blends the letter P and F into the same icon. A simple yet elegant logo design.

Pixelflow

7. Channing Johnson Photography

A retro style logo that has beautiful typography. The logo was created for Channing Johnson, a wedding photographer that wanted something classy, but that also had ‘grit and edge’ in the design as he also does photojournalism. It’s a classy piece that would work great as a watermark on photos.

Channing Johnson Photography

8. Full Time

A good idea for a recruitment company that advertises full time jobs, as indicated by the clock filling with liguid. The hands of the clock point to 9 and 5; the regular working hours of full time jobs.

Full Time

9. Steps

A simple yet smart concept in which the letter E represents steps going up. The basic font would look good in any colour scheme.

Steps

10. Sew Perfect

A stylish logo that displays a needle and thread in the shape of the letters S and P. It’s an elegant yet minimal solution for an embroidery business.

Sew Perfect

11. The Dressing Room

An interesting logo that halves the stick figure in two to suggest the woman is going into a dressing room partially hidden by the door. The dot helps this illusion by giving the impression of a door knob.

The Dressing Room

12. Huddy Buddy

Huddy Buddy is the clothing company that provides clothes for the ‘cool kids’. The logo is a fun design that has a 1950′s cartoon feel to it and is an important part of the company’s brand.

Huddy Buddy

13. Maple Studios

A simplistic text design with a beautiful colourful icon that is used by the British design agency Maple Studios (yes British, not Canadian). The clean design is ideal for offline marketing such as stationery too.

Maple Studios

14. Army of Bees

The 6 bees in the logo have been placed in an arrangement that resembles the letter A. It also looks like the bees are in military formation and are ready to attack. The bees icon looks good though would perhaps look better to the left hand side of the design rather than on top so that more emphasis is placed on the title.

Army of Bees

15. MatchBox

A fantastic logo with a cool colour scheme. Great hints at creativity with the box we are told to think outside of burning and stars being freed from within. The different weights and styles on the type also gives the design a bit more of a punch.

MatchBox

16. Gorilla Service

One of the coolest designs created. The gorilla in the logo has a serious look and is dressed up in a suit for office work. The text underneath mimics this bubbly design with a unique curvy font. A fun and memorable design that many designers will get inspiration from.

Gorilla Service

17. LoveClip

Love meets stationery in this simple yet brandable logo. It’s a smart concept that was created beautifully.

LoveClip

18. One

A beautiful brand identity for the Swiss company ONE GmbH. The slanting logo represents the number one but also mimics a skyscraper. A simple yet iconic design.

One

19. Shark Tours

A smart concept in which the logo merges a cruise ship and a shark fin. The text has been modified with small hooks at the end of each letter to give it a more aquatic feel.

Shark Tours

20. Happy Quote

A simple idea in which the text ‘Happy Quote’ is placed inside a quotation mark like speech bubble. The quote itself also resembles a smiling cartoon character, reinforcing the happy vibe the logo wants to promote.

Happy Quote

21. Feather Fly

A gorgeous logo that has a colourful feather in the shape of a bird. It’s a stylish elegant logo solution that promotes a professional image.

Feather Fly

22. The Doberman

The logo features a fierce looking Doberman creatively carved out of negative space. The retro design is perfect for a bar or restaurant.

The Doberman

23. Invisible Agent

A creative logo that shows a tie in between four other stick figures to suggest that the one in the centre is an agent blending in with the rest.

Invisible Agent

24. CFO Cycling Team

A fantastically creative logo that has placed the letters C, F and O in the shape of a cyclist. The concept has been done so effectively that many people might only see the cyclist.

CFO Cycling Team

25. Foxy Logo Rebound

The perfect logo for a website called ‘FoxyStats’. The circle is divided into 3 shapes to represent the stats service that the company provides. The top piece resembles a fox with the lower parts representing the body and tail of the fox.

Foxy Logo Rebound

26. Ewali Food

A fun logo that was created for a French fast food restaurant. The original concept showed the village hut with hands out holding a fork and knife though this was changed to open hands as most of the food sold at the restaurant is finger food. Open hands are also more welcoming to customers.

Ewali Food

27. Monkey Business

Another fun design that shows a monkey prepared for work. The monkey looks a little subservient, suggesting that he is there to help you with anything you need.

Monkey Business

28. AudioTheatre

Beautiful calligraphy gives the AudioTheatre logo an elegant and professional look. A microphone extends from the top of the letter T to represent the recording services that the company provides.

AudioTheatre

29. LoveLogoDesigns

Love and the letters L and D are all represented in this simple design. The letter L was formed by placing the love heart design at an angle of 45 degrees. It’s a smart way of incorporating all three words into the one icon.

LoveLogoDesigns

30. Diamond Bookstore

A diamond shaped logo made from an open book. The design’s simple coloring lends itself well transition to plain black and white like most logo design rules dictate.

Diamond Bookstore

31. El Pirata

A fast food restaurant logo that uses two spatulas to represent a skull and crossbones. The skull has a chefs hat on and a mask over their mouth to suggest it’s cooking.

El Pirata

32. Origamia

A cool design that was created for a small origami shop. Apparently the shop owner didn’t want a classic origami shape like a crane or swan so the designer created an origami fish instead. The fish uses two bright colours and the text has a beautiful typeface that matches the logo well.

Origamia

33. Oliva

Created for an energy solution building firm, Oliva promotes its eco-friendliness by showing two trees holding hands. The trees, together with the dot from the ‘i’ form a negative space home, where the companies energy solutions tend to be aimed.

Oliva

34. Aqua

An interesting logo that shows water inside the second letter. The clean typeface that is used enhances the minimalist look of the logo.

Aqua

35. Playground

A simple logo that uses 3 colours reminiscent of the big, bright plastic kid’s park equipment that was once in parks all over the US and the beautiful typeface plays into that imagery. The children’s slide molded from the lettering further cements the idea.

Playground

36. Napoleon Sushi Bar

Napoleon is a strange name for a sushi bar however designer Alex Badovsky has managed to create a wonderful logo for the restaurant by developing a fun design that features a cute cartoon character made of rice with a Napoleon styled sushi hat.

Napoleon Sushi Bar

37. Banjo Cat

Created for a video production company, the logo shows a white cat playing a banjo against a black background. It’s a fun design that is impressively crafted using negative space.

Banjo Cat

38. Optimistic Beverages

An interesting way of displaying the metaphor ‘the glass is half full’ by showing the alcohol at the top of the shot glass. The simple illustration is enhanced by the great looking typeface used in the text below.

Optimistic Beverages

39. Pixel Science

An interesting logo design concept targeted towards internet companies. The logo shows a beaker with clever pixelated bubbles rising from the top. The typography adds to the overall sharp techy look and feel.

Pixel Science

40. Mann Music

This is another well crafted logo design which uses negative space and a single color to denote piano keys which spell out the ‘MANN’ in company name. Simply brilliant.

Mann Music

41. Rich And Famous

An elegant logo that has beautiful typography. The ends of the first and last letters of rich and famous have been extended to give the logo a stylish flow. The same design has been used at the bottom of the logo as an underline.

Rich And Famous

42. Mayaze

A colourful logo that has a maze inside the letter M. This is a great example of how gradients can be applied to make a logo stand out from the crowd. Though in plain black and white presentations, some of that elegance is lost.

Mayaze

43. TN Consulting

One of the best negative space logos published online. By placing a diagonal line through the letter T, the logo gives the impression of the letter N stacked on top of it.

TN Consulting

44. Enormail

A good concept that features a cartoon elephant (or a mammoth!) above the brand name. A traditional mail icon is hidden inside the elephant to highlight the companies services.

Enormail

45. Cardiologic

A cool logo that was inspired by the famous representation of the atom (logic) and no doubt created using the Spirograph version of Photoshop. Only 4 colours are used within the logo. There are multiple heart shapes hidden within to represent the cardio aspect. The red heart is easier to spot due to it’s colour however.

Cardiologic

46. Big Colors

Created for a website that allows designers sell their work to support their local charity, Big Colors is a colourful logo that features what seems to be either a toucan.

Big Colors

47. Bread & Breakfast

Created to give the impression of friendliness and indicate the presence of hand-cooked goods, Bread & Breakfast is a beautiful design in which the bread also represents the coffee in the cup. The shop name is displayed in beautiful typography too; enhancing the trendy look the owner wanted.

Bread & Breakfast

48. White Rabbit

Featuring a great illustration of a white rabbit, this cute logo that is the perfect fit for the cafe bar it was created for. The initial concept promoted a more stuffy atmosphere than the fun and relaxed environment this design projects.

White Rabbit

49. Percy & Reed

A retro style logo that was created for a London based hairdressers. The logo was inspired by signs from the Victorian era, and brilliantly recreates the simple elegance of the time. It’s difficult not to be impressed by the logos beautiful typography.

Percy & Reed

50. Word Refuge

A great concept that has been excellently executed. The logo features a book that is half opened and facing downwards, making it look as if the book is a tent. A cool logo for a content writing service.

Word Refuge

What was your favourite logo of the bunch? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment area below.

(rb)

January 19 2012

10:00

January 06 2012

04:59

Inspiring Logos

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Here at WDL we really like to provide our readers with lots of inspiration. Since we believe that logos are a great source of inspiration we decided to gather a list showcasing logos from one amazing source of inspiration: dribbble. From popular logos to fresh ones, there are a lot of beautiful and inspiring works for you to check.

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