Created by At Logography | https://dribbble.com/shots/20343251-Arabic-Calligraphy-Logo-Design
Arabic logo design is a fascinating field that blends the rich culture and artistic heritage of the Arabic language with contemporary design principles. Arabic logos not only communicate the name of a business but also convey its values, identity, and message to the target audience. With a global rise in demand for Arabic calligraphy and typography, Arabic logo design has gained popularity in recent years. In this article, we explore the key aspects of Arabic logo design, its unique characteristics, and some tips for creating an effective Arabic logo.
Arabic logo design is a complex process that requires an understanding of the Arabic language, calligraphy, and typography. Arabic calligraphy is a unique art form that involves writing the Arabic language in a decorative and aesthetically pleasing way. Arabic calligraphy is an essential element of Arabic logo design, as it adds a visual and cultural depth to the design.
Arabic typography refers to the style and arrangement of Arabic letters in a logo. The choice of font and its size, spacing, and alignment can greatly impact the visual appeal and readability of the logo. Arabic logos often incorporate symbolism that represents the values, mission, or industry of the business. For example, a logo for a perfume company may use a rose or jasmine flower, which are commonly used in traditional Arabian perfumes.
To design an effective Arabic logo, it is important to understand the values, personality, and message of the brand. Research is important to gain a deep understanding of the target audience, competition, and industry trends. This will help in creating a logo that stands out and resonates with the audience.
A balance between traditional and modern elements is essential in Arabic logo design. While incorporating traditional Arabic calligraphy and typography is important, it is also necessary to ensure that the logo is contemporary and relevant.
The distinctive feature of the Arabic logo design is calligraphy that prioritizes beauty, so it's no wonder that many people are captivated and want to use this logo design. Unique, attractive, simple, and easy to remember are elements that must be present in Arabic-style designs. Well, now's the time to see cool logo design inspiration in the following list.
Here are some of the best examples of Arabic logo design ideas you can reference from:
Created by Tatiana Fedorova | https://www.behance.net/gallery/163276639/Zohoor
You can only see a magnificent logo in this image. Zoohor has the meaning of a Muslim boy's name as outlined in a sparkling silver logo. The designer made the application of this logo directly on a black cloth and a little ornament on each side.
Created by Mohamed Farid | https://www.behance.net/gallery/159624885/Amkenah-Branding
With Arabic writing in the center of the flag in a distinctive calligraphy style, you can see the logo directly in its application. Why? This logo is directly on the waving flag and can symbolize independence and success. The flag used is red with a brave meaning.
Created by Mochamad Arief | https://dribbble.com/shots/16095026-Islamic-Calligraphy-Tawheed
Tawheed has the basic meaning of the Islamic religion, which makes Allah SWT one. This meaning is truly extraordinary to be contained in a logo with a unique shape. Each side has a perfect curve and a light blue stripe. The background is decorated with the icon's shadow, which expands more and fills every corner.
Created by Reza Bakhtiarifard | https://dribbble.com/shots/15510964-Peydasho
A logo with an Arabic style that has calligraphy writing is indeed very beautiful. The logo is made very neatly with writing that has perfect thickness and shape. If you make it by writing directly by hand, it will be more stunning and hard to believe.
5. Jowel Ahmed
Created by Jowel Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/19750175-Arabic-Logo
Still with the same designer, this time, Jowel Ahmad is making his latest design again with beautiful Arabic letters. You can just see the touch of her beautiful hands in one letter and a little jewel ornament. The background is dark gray, with a slight shading of the logo icon on the side.
6. Sahand Music Academy
Created by UNCADR Studio | https://dribbble.com/shots/14905051-Sahand-Music-Academy
Even though it wants to elevate the meaning of academic music, this one logo still doesn't leave its mark as a calligraphy-style logo. This can be proven by the shape of the logo, which resembles a tone or a person with both hands, but at first glance, it only looks like Arabic writing. Having a background, this simple logo can be said to be perfect and can convey meaning through beauty.
Created by Jowel Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/19363738-Vavstol-Clothing-Brand-Logo
Like the symbol of fire, Vavstol uses every stroke and iconic shape in a beautiful curve with orange and yellow tones. Apart from that, you can feel the elegant side of this logo through the neat and beautiful Vavstol lettering. You can use this inspiration to create a food business or create a beauty clinic.
Created by Saad | https://dribbble.com/shots/10019725-Shotch
If you see this logo in person, surely the first thing that comes out of your mouth is the word 'wow.' It is indeed very stunning because the shape is neat; it looks like a labyrinth or a wall made with Arabic writing. The marble-like background gives the logo a different and unique impression.
9. Mochamad Arief
Created by Mochamad Arief | https://dribbble.com/shots/17452647-Islamic-Calligraphy-Tawheed
How to make Arabic letters in a perfect form? That's what these designers did to make the Arabic letters a related shape. The colors used are still a palette, from a rather light yellow, getting darker to create a creative impression.
Created by Wiktor Ares | https://dribbble.com/shots/20095330--Tower
This writing apparently comes from the Russian language, which means tower. This building had always been built to be a beacon of an organization, but in fact, it was a different and beautiful building, just like the logo by Wiktor Ares, which has a beautiful design resembling a mosque.
Created by Reza Bakhtiarifard | https://dribbble.com/shots/15610064-Sibkaar
Using only simple shapes and relying on calligraphic letters, Sibkaar has bold and powerful writing. The name Sibkaar is usually used for food companies or fast food restaurants. The meaning of Sibkaar itself is patience to hold back emotions and survive when situations are difficult.
Created by Reza Bakhtiarifard | https://dribbble.com/shots/18504934-Rabex
Besides having Arabic writing, Rabex also has a design in ordinary language, so you can still find out the brand name with just one reading. Rabex is usually used to brand medicine, shoes, or watches, but you can turn this inspiration into a stunning creation to create your own brand.
Created by Jowel Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/17338344-HAYAL-Arabic-Calligraphy-Logo-Design
Are you looking for Arabic logo inspiration to create a food business? Don't forget this inspiration because you can make it very suitable. It has a very elegant shape, coupled with neat Hayal writing, making it worthy of your inspiration. Apart from food businesses, you can use them as inspiration for logos for gift shops and clothing brands.
Created by Adnan Haj Ali | https://dribbble.com/shots/6840233-Mangam-Logo
With only one Arabic letter that has been neatly designed and has a more friendly shape, this logo by Adnan Haj Ali has something unique. If you look at it at a glance, the background for the Mangam logo only looks like a canary color. However, if you take a closer look, you will see a picture of a newspaper with a business word on it. This designer is very good at creating the intent of a logo.
15. Name of Allah
Created by Mochamad Arief | https://dribbble.com/shots/17414056-Islamic-Calligraphy-Name-of-Allah-God
Having a three-dimensional shape or a spinning thread, this logo by Mochamad Arief deserves two thumbs up. This logo looks tied together and has a strong shape. The composition is well-balanced, with black and white colors complementing each other.
Created by Jowel Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/18562044-Organization-Logo-Design
This Muslimate logo doesn't put too much emphasis on calligraphy writing because it uses a general writing style, which is definitely unique. However, the Arabic style still feels strong in the logo because the icon is in the shape of a mosque. This icon is also made even more unique, with the shape of the building resembling an arch and having a green-graded color.
17. Arabic Calligrapher
Created by Arabic Calligrapher | https://dribbble.com/shots/16680706-Arabic-Calligraphy-in-squire-shape-Arabic-Calligraphy-logos
Excellent at making Arabic calligraphers, this designer does not only show off his skills in making designs. Really neatly crafted, this logo also uses a blend of Arabic calligraphy to create a rectangular shape that looks like a maze. You can use it to make places of worship, wall hangings, or accessories brands.
18. Taiba Academy
Created by Umar Kuzhev | https://www.behance.net/gallery/158503747/Taiba-Academy-Logo-design
As the name suggests, surely you already know and immediately believe that this logo will be used for a class or company, right? The shape of the logo icon uses Arabic writing, while the name uses a friendly and formal writing style. The background is no longer a plain and natural color but an image showing a room or classroom with lots of chairs.
19. Luka Zarandia
Created by Luka Zarandia | https://dribbble.com/shots/15074827-STREET-CALLIGRAPHY
The logo design from Luka Zarandia is very simple and really relies on Arabic writing in the middle. However, if you understand its meaning, the assumptions about this logo will, of course, be immediately different. With black as the background and honey for the text, you can see a neat, pretty, and clean logo.
20. Jowel Ahmed
Created by Jowel Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/14956560-Luxury-logo
Only one word can describe this design, namely 'beautiful.' Like a magic wand, the logo with the brand name Ruxavie has a unique, circular icon. Made of Arabic letters but forms a beautiful curve. You can use this inspiration for beauty company brands, salons, make-up, and clothing brands.
Created by Paul Rover | https://dribbble.com/shots/14311427-LLC-monogram-arabic-calligraphy
Looking like an icon from the classy clothing brand, LLC is a logo inspiration you can't miss. Having two models with curved shapes and the first ornaments, as well as sharp logo parts for other variations, you can make both of them the best inspiration. Using gold, this LLC logo looks very elegant and classy.
Created by Akrout Khaled | https://www.behance.net/gallery/135306419/KARAMA-Logo-proposal
Don't think that the Arabic style logo is only for traditional brands or brands because you can make it look classier. This design is shown in a very trendy style using neat writing. However, this time it's not the writing that's the main attraction, but the background. You can see the backdrop of a modern city with cars as transportation, and it has a reddish feel.
Created by Reza Bakhtiarifard | https://dribbble.com/shots/11116307-Manzoom
Not only is Arabic writing the main attraction of the Manzoom logo, but also the part of the writing that you can read immediately in a friendly form. The writing style used is very contemporary and has a slightly separated model in several parts, so it is not like writing in general. The white background manages to convey a plain and clean impression.
24. At Logography
Created by At Logography | https://dribbble.com/shots/20343251-Arabic-Calligraphy-Logo-Design
This At Logograph logo is also very beautiful, with a violet flower background and calligraphic writing designed in such a way. You can use this logo inspiration for a perfume, soap, or beauty company that prioritizes fragrance and beauty. You can use the violet background as inspiration to apply it with other colors, such as the color of roses.
Created by Mehran Rajaei | https://dribbble.com/shots/11837276-Logo-animation-For-Brandsazan-agency
Do you have a dream to create a brand that has a calm and lively feel? If so, don't miss this one logo design inspiration. Why can this logo design look alive? In addition to the neat letter design, the leaf ornaments on top seem to give off a lush and beautiful impression. You can use it for certain plantations, land, or cultivation companies.
26. Allah (God)
Created by Mochamad Arief | https://dribbble.com/shots/17414150-Islamic-Calligraphy-Allah-God
What if a piece of writing could have sequences and produce a unique shape? That's what designer Mochamad Arief did. Each letter is divided into six parts which are strung together, resulting in a unique and beautiful flower shape. The brown background further shows the intensity of this white logo.
Created by Abo Elhassan | https://dribbble.com/shots/10565855-hafizah
Having a black background, the Hafizah logo looks like a blend of Arabic letters that blend together and has a light blue color. With this look, you can use Hafizah's logo inspiration for many brands, such as clothes, sarongs, or certain types of fabrics that require a look like this.
Created by Arabic Calligrapher | https://dribbble.com/shots/7327987-Arabic-Logo-Design-Tamrini
This logo is specifically for those of you who have a company with barbells or related objects. The logo icon is still made with Arabic calligraphy writing resembling a red barbell. The background is made a little blurry, which shows a lot of dumbbells so that the meaning of the logo will be conveyed immediately.
Created by Saad | https://dribbble.com/shots/10019716-Shadid
Having a sleek icon of Arabic letters that has such a design, this designer is indeed very creative in creating unique logo shapes. Unlike the previous logo, Shadid has a red background which gives off an elegant impression. You can use this logo inspiration for a food, knick-knack, or jewelry company.
Created by Saad | https://dribbble.com/shots/10038700-Jalal-Jamal
Do you want to do business with your twins? Or, want to use a logo that has two exact meanings? Don't forget this logo inspiration. The name and its unique shape can certainly make people who see it immediately amazed. It has a dark blue background with a touch of marble, making it even more attractive for you to make as an option.
Frequently Ask Questions
What makes Arabic logos unique compared to other logos? Arabic logos are unique due to the use of Arabic calligraphy, which is a form of art that involves the skilled and intricate design of letters and words in the Arabic language. Arabic logos also tend to incorporate cultural and historical references that are specific to the Arabic-speaking world.
How do I choose the right Arabic calligraphy style for my logo design?
There are several Arabic calligraphy styles to choose from, each with its unique features and characteristics. The right style for your logo design depends on several factors, such as the brand's personality, target audience, and the message you want to communicate. Consulting with an experienced Arabic logo designer can help you choose the right calligraphy style that best represents your brand.
Can I use modern design elements in my Arabic logo design?
Yes, modern design elements can be used in Arabic logo design to create a contemporary look that appeals to younger audiences. However, it's important to strike a balance between modern and traditional elements to maintain the cultural integrity of the Arabic language and calligraphy.
How can I ensure that my Arabic logo design is culturally appropriate?
To ensure that your Arabic logo design is culturally appropriate, it's essential to work with an experienced Arabic logo designer who understands the cultural nuances and traditions associated with Arabic calligraphy and design. The designer should also be familiar with the target audience and market to create a logo that resonates with them. Additionally, it's important to get feedback from native Arabic speakers to ensure that the logo is culturally appropriate and free of any unintended meanings or associations.
Should my Arabic logo include English text as well?
It depends on the intended audience and the purpose of the logo. If the logo is primarily intended for an Arabic-speaking audience, it may not be necessary to include English text. However, if the logo is intended for a global audience or for branding purposes, including English text may be beneficial.
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This is just too beautiful. Thank you for sharing this!