April 8, 2021

Black and White Logos for your Inspiration

Here at WDL we believe that logos are a really good inspiration source, specially when they are well designed. For this post, we’ve gathered a collection of great back and white logos. You’ll see that you don’t always need color to create an effect design. From minimalistic logos to typography based ones and also illustrative, You’re sure to be inspired.

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

Black and White Logos

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

23 Comments

  1. Web Design Florida Reply

    Nice collection of black and white logos, I thought after the popularity of black background websites now black and white logos will also come in lame light as it is used by many designers on their website.

    1. Aaron @ iamcreative.me Reply

      I agree, The Kavak logo is great.
      Once you see the letters form it is really pleasing and very clever.

      Also the “World wide short film” is a nice design, a nice retro feel never goes out of fashion.

      Great logos.

  2. Pragmatic Design Reply

    Kavak is great (even if it does hurt my eyes!)

    All logos should work in mono, in my opinion. The days of fax machines may have passed, but there are still lots of applications where a good, strong, mono logo is important (ie promotional items, such as pens).

    1. Sean Reply

      I definitely agree with your take on the monochrome logo. It ensures proper contrast of value and that it will almost always work in color.

  3. Redline Company Reply

    Thanks for these great examples Gisele!

    It really does show that you can design a great logo using minimal colours or none at all in this case.

    I especially like the Jadara logo at the beginning. Reminds me of a Spanish olive tree!!

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