October 15, 2021

33 Creative and Beautiful Logos

Logo design, like any other design process, sometimes requires some inspiration to spark creativity. If you’re in need of some logo design inspiration, here is a collection of 33 creative and beautiful logos. These all have varying styles, but possess the same high quality.

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Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

58 Comments

  1. Omer Rosenbaum Reply

    All look great except for that Poseidon logo. I mean if a recruitment agency want to attract as many candidates as possible showing a fish that looks kind of dead wonยดt help them so much.

      1. heymynameismark Reply

        Tressly & optical – you two are both wrong.

        Omer has recognised the fish symbol correctly… it’s for Poseidon Jobs. Poseidon is the Greek God of the sea. One of his symbols being a fish… I’d say they pulled that one off pretty well!

          1. heymynameismark

            So I was wrong saying you are both wrong. What I should have said was, you are both right! It’s a fish and a tie – for obvious reasons

  2. Paul Olyslager Reply

    I agree with Rob, the birdie pro shop is nicely done. But the absolute winners are cloudcorner and castle print… Really like these kind of posts, keep them coming please ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Tom Reply

    I’m not sure if I agree with most of the commenters/author of this article.

    Most of these logos are just examples of the current obsession with gradients/rainbow colour schemes.

    Sure they look pretty and trendy, but that isn’t what makes a great logo. Nearly all of them will look really dated when the next trend comes along.

    I did like the birdie pro shop though, because it actually makes sense.

  4. Mark Carter Reply

    I sometimes wonder if the logos in these sort of showcases are used commercially, or whether they are just design exercises. Some of them are extremely complex for a logo, to my eyes at least …

  5. Christian Reply

    How many of these were designed for actual companies or clients?
    Design websites are saturated with these “10 Awesome Creative SuperDooper Logos” posts filled with nothing but half-baked ideas and trend fodder. The most memorable logos are simple, can be produced in 1 color, and withstand the test of time and trends.
    Most of these designs will look dated in 6 months.

  6. shinful Reply

    Only Birdie, Studio Eight, CastlePrint, Umbrella Prints, Smart Book and Twi2s that hit the mark. Concept, Aesthetic and Most applicable logo. Meaning it’s still good in black and white and small scale legibility.
    The rest are crap, eye-candy stuff and lack of originality and uniqueness. Sorry folks.
    Special mentions are too Cloud of Love. Very unique and original, but I’d like to see how it went in 2 colors and even 1 color.

  7. Leo Reply

    Some are very very clever, now, I don’t mean to be a hater but it is MUCH easier when you create the project or the company name and then the logo… some seem like they followed that path of coming up with a logo idea or concept and then creating the non-real company around….

  8. Ravi Vora Reply

    I wish more clients were as open to genius logos like these. Most of the time they want a “me too” approach.

    Sometimes you get lucky though, like I did when redesigning the Dune Novels logo.

    Nice list nonetheless!

  9. GIK Web Design Reply

    Great logos always like design that a easy and descriptive. The bigest brands in the world, Apple, Microsoft, Macdonalds, Facebook, Google etc all have some of the simplest logos you will see and it worked for them.

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