Creating a logo is not that simple as it may seem at the first glance. It requires a lot of refinement and improvement before the final logo comes. Ink and a white piece of paper are the best tools for creatives to get inspired. No program can give the same kind of freedom as paper does.
Most graphic designers put their ideas on paper first, and then edit them with Photoshop, Illustrator, or other digital editing programs. The main goal of any logo is to be remarkable, memorable and simple at the same time.
Here are 20 wonderful logo sketches from all over the web that could inspire you for your next project which needs illustrations of any kind. Don’t pass by our previous collection of typography sketches!
Great showcase of how the designers put their time, effort and skills in creating such a masterpiece!
All the logos are Awesome!
Part of impressiveness is detail.
Half of these woudn’t work on a small scale.
These are 90% emblems, my friend.
All of these are just wonderful. It’s good to see that there are still many creative ways to draw a perfect logo.
These are awesome! I wish I could draw, I am more of an adobe illustrator person. Do you know if Matt Vergotis has a portfolio website? He looks like a typography writer, very cool. Thanks for sharing.
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