Dirk Metzmacher October 5th, 2015

20 Awesome Logo Inspirations of Today

The creation of a logo is subject to very specific rules. You are well-advised to put a thorough amount of time into researching and evaluating the trends and techniques of the moment. A logo will always have to be created as a timeless offering, however. Noone wants to change logos according to zeitgeist. So don't be too avant-garde. To help you stay updated, we have put together a collection of fresh logo designs of today. Enjoy!

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Mebius / Visual identity

Created by: Andriy Bondar Style: Lines logo1

Animal Logos

Created by: Tom Anders Watkins Style: Gradients logo2

Kids' Dentist

Created by: Graforidza Style: Double Meaning logo3

Cookies for Dogs

Created by: dima je Style: Double Meaning logo4

LuckyTurn Media Sketch

Created by: Arnas Goldberg Style: First Draft logo5

Trinity Design / Visual identity

Created by: Andriy Bondar Style: 3D logo6

Lammtara

Created by: Ameermagdy Style: Character logo7

BeefCut Butchery

Created by: Simone Rossum Style: Double Meaning logo8

PrintHero

Created by: Kliment Style: Character logo9

Moon Photography

Created by: phuongkani168 Style: Lines logo10

Mitch Loewenherz

Created by: mitchloewenherz Style: Character logo11

Simple Systems

Created by: Fedot Style: Simplification logo12

Emma

Created by: Nikita Prokhorov Style: Double Meaning logo13

The Land Contour

Created by: Yoga Perdana Style: Texture logo14

Dynamic Dust

Created by: Alex Tass Style: Simplification logo15

Moby Dick

Created by: Alexander Johnson Style: Double Meaning logo16

Blood, Sweat & Skills

Created by: Dizzyline Style: Illustrative logo17

Cloak & Dagger

Created by: Interbrand with Jefton Sungkar Style: Retro logo18

Monolith Identity

Created by: Mauricio Cremer Style: Lines logo19

Chicken Finger

Created by: Eric Friedensohn Style: Lines logo20 (dpe)

Dirk Metzmacher

Dirk Metzmacher is a professional Photoshop trainer, book author and designed with over 10 years of experience. He is also a creative mind behind Photoshop Weblog, a blog about techniques, tutorials and resources related to Adobe Photoshop.

2 comments

  1. Amazing. You have to do a tutorial on how to translate sketch to Illustrator/Photoshop. I get the idea behind the sketch, but not quite how to translate it digitally. Great work.

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