If you are looking for great logo designs to draw out some inspirations,
here are some thirty creative logo designs that you can use as inspirations when making your own. Each logo has distinct elements such as the typeface, the color scheme and pictures which help its owners sell their products or services to their clients better. With these logo designs, you can adapt some of its basic concepts to help you optimize your creativity further on your own logo designs.
1. Tiny Mouse Design
The earthy colors of Tiny Mouse Design provide their customers with the stability and trustworthiness of their work. The bold font signifies the strength of their designs but with practicality in mind. On the other hand, the little ASCII art mouse shows the playful side of the design team.
2. Mammoth Resort
Mammoth Resort’s creativity lies in the use of the image above their company’s name. The image can be seen as a side view of a Mammoth or alternatively a set of mammoth tusks, a fitting icon for their ski resort. The white “tusks” can also be interpreted as the Mammoth Resort’s featured ski trail.
Silverstone sells premium men and women garments and displays a logo to match. The stylistic lines speak of elegance, making the logo look like an elaborate tiara. Two slender seahorses also adorn the logo which tells us that the clothing line is fit even for the gods of the sea.
4. Kate Rose Photography
Kate Rose Photography beauty lies in its simplicity. Sometimes less is more in the world of creative logo designs. The two birds blend well to the casual and thin fonts used in the logo. The birds also reflect the specialty of the company which is wedding photography.
LandaBooks incorporates the two passions of its owners, bird watching and writing. The image shows a bird readying for flight but a closer look will make you see that the wings are also the pages of an open book. LandaBooks provides services for developing writers and their logo assures their clients’ creativity will soar with their help.
6. Swan Songs
Swan Songs is a non-profit organization grant the musical wishes of their dying clients and their elegant logo truly reflects their charity work. The slender logo lines that make up the swan show a sense of grace while their clients exit this world just like the mythical mute swan. The logo can also be interpreted as a stylized G-clef, mirroring the organization’s musical services.
7. Seahorse Diaries
Seahorse Diaries is a girl’s blog which is nicely reflected by this logo. The wavy and casual fonts give a personal and almost intimate touch while providing a marine feel. The stylized “S” looks more like the sea dragon than a seahorse. The creature’s light blue theme, which is in contrast to the black text, grants a mythical feel to the logo.
8. Imaginary Zebra
The Imaginary Zebra logo opted simplicity over grandeur much like the clothing line that it represents. The icon used in the logo is a negative image made from bold brush strokes. Such images may be pulled off nicely but you should be careful when employing the style of your logo as an improper execution may confuse your clients.
9. Paradox Media
Paradox Media has provided a very humorous way of representing their company. As you can see, the logo depicts the classic question and paradox “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” However, when you look closely, you can see that it is a silhouette of a male chicken which is now wondering how on earth was able to lay an egg. Hidden messages and humour might get a chuckle or two from your potential clients if they can find it.
10. World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
The classic WWF is an enduring logo that has ascended to an almost iconic status. Sir Peter Scott designed the logo in 1961 yet it continues to be recognized up to this day. The panda, which is the poster child of endangered species, graces the simple logo with its natural fur patterns fitting nicely into the logo’s monochrome color scheme.
11. Yellowstone Holiday
Yellowstone Holiday provides camping and fishing experience to their clients. The logo’s earthly color shows the organization’s strong connection with nature. The simple yet effective mishmash of various animals shows the possible activities that their clients can enjoy such as bird watching, camping and fishing.
12. Crêpes Parfait
Crêpes Parfait delivers tasty crepes straight to the heart of America. Its logo has a wavy font that invites the diner to enjoy their delicious pancakes. The cute mascot, which represents the company’s French heritage, adds to the warm welcome to its customers.
13. Plate & Vine Restaurant
The Plate & Vine Restaurant logo provides a different appeal to its customers. Most restaurant logos would usually focus on the gastronomic experience they provide but this one focuses on a relaxing ambience. The thin typeface produces a soothing effect while the brown plate and the green leafy twig provide an interesting illusion of a well prepared meal.
14. Bobby’s Burger Palace
The Bobby’s Burger Palace logo is an eye-catching icon that will not only get your attention but your stomach as well. The proud bold typeface shouts confidence in serving you with the delicious meal. The logo’s familiar warm color theme and shape of the hamburger could easily attract anyone craving for a meal.
15. Runway Gourmet
The Runway Gourmet two color scheme promises a high-class dining experience. The dominant red fin associates the logo with the runways of an airport and directs the customers to the diner. The grey on the other hand tempers the aggressiveness of its counterpart while expressing the clients’ high taste for their product.
16. Justice Gardens
Justice Gardens is an organization dedicated to sustainable farming and directs produce to the areas that needs them the most. Their logo’s colorful fruits connect all food producers, from backyard farmers to major corporations.
17. Pasta Girl
Pasta Girl shows the Sicilian-inspired recipes that the food company sells. The Mediterranean inspired vines add to the Italian atmosphere of the logo. The youthful portrait of the mother of Pasta Girl’s owner adds a lovingly personal aspect to it.
18. Chicken Cilantro
The color scheme of the Chicken Cilantro denotes freshness yet appetizing food. The strong yellow background prepares the customer’s appetite for the dishes ahead. The green icon that is a fusion of chicken and coriander tells their guests of their fresh yet spicy cuisine.
19. Gel’s Kitchen
The Gel’s Kitchen food blog has a distinctly feminine logo starting from the woman in the logo and her vibrant hairdo right down to the pink and brown color scheme. However, the logo does not prevent guys from enjoying the blog as the logo depicts lots of sweets that all genders can enjoy.
The McDonald’s logo is perhaps one of the most iconic food company logos out there. The red and yellow color scheme greatly stimulates the appetite of any customer. Also the famous Golden Arches offers a smiling welcome to their customers.
21. Bella Sicilia Qualità & Ambiente
The logo of this Sicilian inspired food company shows the company’s Sicilian roots and high quality service. The ornate floral design inspires visions of the time when Sicily has a Kingdom of their own. The simple typeface also provides a humble yet elegant way of marketing their products.
22. The Woodshed Horror Company
The Woodshed Horror Company logo has been spooky just on its own. The brush-stroke-like typeface has turned the company’s WS label into creaking walls. The black motif, together with the dilapidated look of the shed, inspires dread even by just looking at it.
23. Organ Donation
The simple logo powerfully conveys the very emotional world of organ transplant. The red color scheme shows the vitality of the donor being transferred to a worthy recipient. The simple addition of a gift box adds to the logo’s power as the giver essentially gives a part of his life to prolong another.
Pregg.net, a pregnancy and parenting magazine, easily represents their favorite subject to the customers since by placing a depiction of an expectant mother in an otherwise simple text. Pregg.net’s logo proves that even a simple color change can bring about clever changes to your logo.
The Goodyear logo is a classic creative icon when it comes to your automobile’s needs. Although the logo has changed over the years, there are two elements that remain the same. The first element is the boldest yet inclining typeface that signifies the company’s stability while representing movement. The second is the feet of Hermes, the fastest of the Greek gods. The winged sandals portray the speed that the Goodyear clients can unleash when they use their product.
26. Bread and Breakfast
The Bread and Breakfast logo’s use of pastel colors offers their customers with a relaxing start of the day. The clever mixture of a coffee mug and a loaf of bread also advertise the store’s best selling coffee and pastries.
27. Flamin’ Fish Taco
The Flamin’ Fish Taco logo is a fun way of using negative space and the interactions of dull and bright colors to create your logo. The logo, which advertises gourmet tacos, shows freshly, shows a fiery grill preparing an appetizing fish based dish. The light brown background enhances the brightly colored fire and the white fish within it.
28. Hope for African Children Initiative (HACI)
The HACI logo strongly depicts the needs of African children through the use of negative space. The colored parts of the logo show a person helping a child in need while the white space shows the African continent. The tan and rust color is the same color as the soil of the increasing deserts and deforested areas throughout the African region.
29. Youth Forum
The Youth Forum creates an atmosphere of equality and openness of people with various backgrounds and opinions as seen by the equal blending of the various speech bubbles. The color scheme, which is a mix bright colors set in a dark background, focuses on the youthfulness of the guests that attend this bi-annual conference.
The Strategija magazine focuses on business strategies. Their logo shows that business strategies are not as simple as travelling from point A to point B. The color gradients used in these business strategy arrows also tells their clients that strategies may need to change on the fly especially in the constantly changing world of business.