10 Wordmark Logo Inspirations for Your Moodboards

To all logo designers out there, have you ever been in a situation where you’re just running out of ideas for your logo design project? Perhaps it was because you don’t gather moodboards. I’ve been doing logo design for almost 3,5 years now, and surely moodboards are my number one inspiration for every of my logo design project.

Enough talking, here are 10 Wordmark Logo Inspirations for Your Moodboards:

1. Coca-Cola

Source: feelgravix.com

You don’t need to say anything when it comes to Coca-Cola’s logo. One of the most important factors from logo design is that the logo has to be timeless. This logo is the perfect example of a not just good, but also timeless logo. Overall it’s just perfect. I mean the logo has been around from the 1905s and now in 2017, it still works really well.

2. Acne Studios

Source: acnestudios.com

The Acne Studios logo is my favorite logo ever to date. I still remember the first time I saw this logo, straight up fell in love with it.

3. Old Farmer’s Almanac

Source: Bluerock Design Co, Behance

I recommend you guys check Bluerock Design Co. for the complete portfolio. You’ll all be amazed.

4. Kellogg’s

Source: designweek.co.uk

This is one of my favorite logos ever to date. The logo is a good example of how a logo should be.

5. Penny’s

Source: Penny’s Coffee, dribbble

Have a look at this logo, just a gorgeous logotype.

6. The Brooklyn Honey Co.

Source: Behance

This is a very good example of how an illustrated logo should be. The illustrated fly mixed together with the BROOKLYN type makes it look so good.

7. Roma Dussachi

Source: Behance

The type is on point. Pay attention to all the curves, the rounded sides. And how the name Roma and Dusacchi connect to each other.

8. Meen

Source: Behance

9. Cincinnati

Source: Behance

10. American Alpine Club

Source: AAC2, dribbble

On Point. Just on point.


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