Bad Logos: 31 Worst Logos Ever
We can all use a good laugh these days, that's why we prepared you a list of what not to do while designing a logo while working from home. Hopefully, these logos will put a smile on your faces.
Bad logos might be quite bad for your brand. Your logo is what the people remember you with after all.
There are many different ways you can go with your logo. you have probably identified a business by looking at its logo before, even if their name isn’t on the logo. There are some business logos that when you see them, you can immediately guess what that company does.
Your logo is a huge part of your brand’s identity, it’s probably the first impact on public perception and having a bad logo design could affect your business. World’s multinational companies can spend millions of dollars on their logos - like UK-based oil group BP. They’ve spent £136m back in 2000 when they introduced their current sunflower design.
You probably have come across people posting a logo design job for incredibly low prices on freelancing websites or graphic design communities, and yes, there are people who will design your logo for those prices. It shouldn’t be too much of a shock to those people when they end up with bad logos.
Okay, we understand that there are people who don’t have enough budget, and they are just starting out. You want to get the most out of your business, and logos play an important role, especially if you are just starting and trying to get your name out there. Before having your logo designed, it’s important to learn about the dos and don’t of logo design so you know more about what you are getting into.
Anyway, without further ado, let’s see the worst logos.
Top 31 Bad Logos
A Swedish property management company. You do you, Locum, no judgment here.
Typography masters at work, we see you Bing.
This logo is self-explanatory. At least they know what’s up.
Your satellite will be working extra smooth in the mornings.
NYC is known as the cultural hub of the world, and it has a great design and art community. NYC Taxi is not.
We’ve never seen the “A” like this before. Freudians might have things to say to these guys.
Look, mom! There is a butterfly!
Arlington Pediatric Center
It doesn’t give the most trustable vibes for sure.
What kind of an operation are you running here, sir? Sir?
2012 London Olympics Logo
You might remember the Lisa Simpson memes, can’t be unseen.
The Computer Doctors
They specialize in cooling systems, with their exclusive thermal paste.
Comprehensive Health Care
Isn’t that Channing Tatum posting up right before the dance-off?
The Bureau of Health Promotion, Taiwan
You gotta do what you gotta do to promote, I guess.
Something is up with the “A”. We’re starting to see a pattern.
This is a design by the legendary Paul Rand. Even though we like most of his work, we’re not sure about this one.
They are definitely all about that dough, boy.
The importance of using space. Not the kind of “change” we are looking for, thank you.
Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission
No comment on this one...
Brazilian Institute of Oriental Studies
Uhm, sure oriental studies and the struggle for “power”.
They say how important it is to take care of your teeth. After your teeth are done, you’ll be taking.
Office of Government Commerce
Commerce is getting hard day by day folks.
This is one of the creative ones, a football helmet for a football team. God, what’s next, just a football as a logo?
That alignment though.
You’ll always be safe.
This can not be unseen either. Must. stop. drinking.
I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.
Kostelecké Uzeniny Sausages
This one seems like it's straight out of an 80’s flick.
Vermont Maple Syrup
It's in their system.
Fully Erect Tents
Your tent won’t ever go flaccid.
That mama is definitely baking something!
So these are the 31 bad logos we’ve got. Now you probably fully understand the importance of logo design and how a bad logo design might affect your business now you’ve seen the worst logos.
Let us know about the other bad logos you’ve seen out there!
Great job with the compilation. However, I do not agree with some. I’ll like to stress the law of the first impression which is further intensified by the effects of digitalization. In light of this, the choice and creation of a logo is a very important step. It isn’t something that should unfold with a proper plan.
Once again, great job with this article and site at large.
These are hilarious. Thanks for posting.
Just to be fair… some are not even logos. And, few are just fine…