27 Colorful Logos

Last week we published a collection of green and leafy logo designs for some inspiration, and today the focus shifts to colorful logos. For more sources of logo design inspiration, see Top 10 Sources of Logo Design Inspiration.

Showcase of Colorful Logos:

goplay

goplay

NetStudio

NetStudio

Interiyo

Interiyo

South Creative

South Creative

IT Small Business Alliance

IT Small Business Alliance

Inovaz

Inovaz

Igalia

Igalia

Captivid

Captivid

Printamid

Printamid

Lexpro

Lexpro

Octopeg

Octopeg

ShareEffect

ShareEffect

Museum of London

Museum of London

Workshop on Phytosanitary

Workshop

Guevara’s Mexican Imports

Guevara's Mexican Imports

Brite Click

Brite Click

Bloggverket

Bloggverket

Good Code

Good Code

Xander Media

Xander Media

Invento Media Group

Invento

goodtogether

goodtogether

MediaFactory

MediaFactory

Qwell

Qwell

Samarras

Samarras

Zoo Smart

Zoo Smart

Metroplex

Metroplex

Deleform

Deleform

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  1. grant
    January 15, 2009

    Is it just me or do many of these have the same or at least close to the same colour schemes?

  2. January 15, 2009

    Grant,
    Yes, I would agree that many of the color schemes are similar.

  3. January 16, 2009

    I guess when you need to be colorful you’ll have to include most of the colors in the color wheel. Nice list. Thanks.

  4. January 16, 2009

    Its like they like all the same?! but I like the vintage colors of MEDIAFACTORY and SHARE EFFECT plus the trickiness of XANDER MEDIA’s Logo.

    the rest ok! Nice Collection.

  5. January 16, 2009

    Some really lovely logos! I think that using many colors was one of the trends in logo design in 2008.

  6. January 17, 2009

    Nice to see some logos with rainbow pallets 🙂

  7. January 18, 2009

    It would be interesting to see how these logos all work in black, that would show the true strength of these!

  8. January 21, 2009

    quite neat

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  10. January 27, 2009

    Some good examples here, but I think some of the more intricate designs would lose identity when they have to be reproduced at small sizes.
    I agree with Gareth above, that a logo should still work when reduced to a single colour.

  11. January 28, 2009

    Mike,
    I agree on the size issue. And in most cases I also agree that it should work without the colors, but I don’t think that is an absolute that applies to every situation. For example, some logos might only be created for a website with no intent of ever using them in print.

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  15. April 12, 2009

    nice collection 🙂 a lot of them are similar, but at the same time they’re all unique! Love them!

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  17. carmen rempel
    May 21, 2009

    Steve,

    I don’t agree with you that some logos may not ever be in print. You can’t predict where that company will want to show itself. It’s very short sighted to say never in print. What happens when your best client asks you to sponsor an event and all you need to do is supply your logo for the program. Part of designing a good logo is to get it to look good in all situations that it could potentially be used.

  18. May 21, 2009

    Hi Carmen,
    I agree with you, but I didn’t say they would never be used in print. I said “some logos might only be created for a website with no intent of ever using them in print.” It’s close but not the same thing. I agree with you that it is best to have a versatile logo, however, I think it’s not accurate to assume that all logos need to be created with print in mind. Maybe as a logo designer who is doing work for a client, than yes, I would say it’s best to keep it versatile. But if I were to work on a logo for a small website of my own that was unlikely to ever have anything printed, I would be more concerned about creating a logo that looks good online, even if it means it may not be good for printing.

  19. June 2, 2009

    I never think when designing a logo, to incorporate all the colours. But these are all very creative and effective examples of colourful logo designs.

  20. September 12, 2009

    These logos are very pretty.
    I LIKE it.

  21. August 9, 2010

    perfect , thanks for great infos

  22. October 4, 2010

    Good collection. One would note that many of these are readily available on various stock images websites but the designers for the above logos took the stock images to a whole new level.
    Thanks for sharing the collection. Very inspiring & refreshing.

  23. March 19, 2011

    Nice logos! But why was the Apple logo left out? It builds on the same rainbow color scheme. Well, maybe it’s too known to post it… 🙂 But still, I think it’s pretty. 🙂

  24. March 20, 2011

    Nice examples! De jolis réalisations, merci pour cette sélection !

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