In this article we will look at logo design ideas using :
Experiment with inserting graphic symbols into text or shaping text to form familiar images, like these excellent examples below. As the world goes intensely digital, we have formed “visual shorthand” for lots of commonly used terms. The mind deciphers these images in the blink of an eye.
Fine Wines, MBottle
Ready to celebrate? Get out the bottle-opener and corkscrew and let’s enjoy some Fine Wines! MBottle too uses the “popping the cork” and bottle opener concept.
|Perro is Spanish for dog – see the pooch in this logo?||The Saxon logo cleverly uses the ‘a’ and ‘o’ along with the infinity symbol to create an ‘x’. The result is a distinctive logo spelling out the infinite possibilities that Shaun Saxon Photography offers.|
|The figure of a man gracefully leaping from the Revival logo gives you a feeling of vitality and action.||You can almost smell the flowers in ths logo for Theme Garden, with a butterfly’s flight path connecting the letters ‘T’ and ‘G ‘.|
|This logo says it all - combining symbols for fishing, shooting and archery in a simple, memorable way.||This logo makes a smart play on visuals with cutlery forming a bridge for the Bridges Pub and Eatery.|
|Can you see the smile in this logo?||Doesn’t this logo make you think of a cheese twist?|
|In the Donut Factory logo, the rounded font emphasizes the shape of the donuts in the visual and stands out against the silhouette of a factory.|
|Two ‘F’s echo the colors in the font and form the fish shape in this logo for Fresh Fish. How simple and fresh is that!||Sushi strips form a fish a la “Finding Nemo” of Disney fame.|
|Say Cheese||Quote Nine|
|A cheese forming a speech blurb - this logo is self-explanatory and the colors make it strong.||The Quote Nine logo accents the brand name in no uncertain terms.|
|Attractive colors and 3-D look for a folded “P” makes this logo unusual.|
|Beautiful Mind||Balloon Chef|
|A tree in the shape of the human brain gives meaning to the brand name “Beautiful Mind”.||Up, up and away! A chef’s cap taking off like a hot-air balloon, laden with table cutlery, makes an interesting logo.|
|Paper Passion||Fresh Me Now|
|“Passionate about paper” says this multi-colored paper heart logo.||
Colorful fruit form a pear shape in this refreshing logo.
|Blue Dog Properties||Circus of Magazines|
|Smart use of negative space between the legs of the dog forms the shape of a house.||
The distinctive shape of the Big Top
Designers often put their signature into their brands.
A typical lemon-stand awning on a real lemon makes this logo memorable.
|The stylized elephant reaching for a fruit makes an effective logo for Elephruit, importers of exotic South-East Asian fruits.||This ‘locomotive’ for a design company appears to be constructed of puzzle pieces put together, and the smoke could symbolize speech bubbles.|
Shapes from squiggles, loops and swirls create unexpected patterns that break visual monotony. Used imaginatively, they make these logos stand out from the ordinary.
|The Golf Park||Wineline|
|Simple and stylish, this loopy logo uses a golf club as the trunk of a tree.||A few twists and twirls, and accents with color - and voila! You have a pretty cool logo!|
|Apple peel forms a cider bottle with an apple leaf sticking out of it and makes an effective logo for Core Cider.||This zebra has a ‘spring’ in its walk!|
|Homespun Chili||Protek Design|
|This logo designed for Homespun Chili company plays on the word “spun” along with the typical shape of the chili.||
The Protek logo ‘loops the loop’ gracefully in a soaring, diving twirl!
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