Logo Design Blog

Mascots are mainly fun characters with a very emphasized feature that makes them easy recognizable and have them stand for something. Simple or sophisticated, they manage to put a smile on your face. As with many other things, designers borrowed the idea behind the concept of a mascot and manage to use it successfully in designing logos. Similar to a mascot, a logo needs to have a highly emphasized feature, it needs to stand out for something and be easy recognizable. Take a look at this cool mascot type logo designs and see if logo designers manage to transpose that into their logos, be the judge of it yourself. Some mascot logos are really cool design achievements.

It's summer and a little bit of green seems to be in place. Just for a moment there I would exchange the hot keyboard of my macbook, the desk and the chair with a patch of grass, a shady tree and a cool creek. But as the weekend is supposed to be rainy and thus a getaway in the nature further away, I was thinking to replace it with a virtual selection of landscape logo designs. Surprisingly beautiful and serene, just looking at these logos relaxes you. Check out this cool selection of gorgeous landscape logo designs.

Welcome to the third part of Team Sports Equipment Logos Part 3. Please enjoy the logos listed below.

I've posted before about Google doodle logos (the awesome Jules Verne anniversary doodle logo), but as they keep coming up with exceptionally well designed anniversary logos we've decided to post again on the subject. Google doodle logos will always be a great source of inspiration as the freedom of construction, the liberty of styles and the ingenuity are of highest class. Here's a selection of exceptional Google doodles that you might have catch during the first half of 2011. Not all of them ran globally though and you might find some very nice surprizes, especially those where Google is hard to read (even if you know its there). Here are cool Google doodles that we love and that we think are very inspiring. (P.S. Despite its simplicity, i must admit I love the Peruvian election logo.)

Everyone would assume that it is easy enough to design a face logo. Take two small circles for the eyes, a vertical line to suggest the nose and a curvy one for the mouth and there you have it. It would take a lot more than that to create an expression though, even a simple one. We express most of our states and emotions through our faces' mimics, and they are so unique and intricate that it would be very tricky to transpose them into design. I must confess that I admire very much the designers that have the skills and the keen perception to filter the multitude of details into a face expression and use only a limited amour of details to transmit the right state of mind or emotion. Check out these very cool faces and expressions logo designs and you'll find them inspiring, from the simplest to the most complex one!

The badge style logo designs seem to be very much in trend these days, despite the fact that the trendsetter Starbucks just gave up the badge style logo and moved to something more simple. There is though a vintage influence in logo design that cannot be missed and it can be assumed as being guilty for the badge style trend in logo design. The main characteristics of badge style logos are the elements comprised in a compact shape, usually a circle, exceptions apply obviously. The logo designers imprint a modern slant to the logos which bring the vintage style to today. Check out this great selection of badge logo designs!

Welcome to the second part of Team Sports Equipment Logos Part two. Today we'll have brands that starts with "C"