30 Best Egyptian Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

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Created by Alain Champagne | https://dribbble.com/shots/6598128-Le-Scarab-e-Branding

Egyptian logo design has a rich and ancient history that dates back to the time of the pharaohs. The ancient Egyptians were known for their intricate and detailed art and design, and this aesthetic can still be seen in modern Egyptian logo design.

In addition to symbols, ancient Egyptian design was also known for its use of vibrant colors and intricate patterns. Many Egyptian designs featured geometric patterns, such as the zigzag pattern known as the meander. These patterns were often used in temple decorations and clothing.

Egyptian design also made use of natural materials, such as wood, stone, and metal. Many temples and tombs were built using these materials, and they were often decorated with intricate carvings and paintings.

The influence of ancient Egyptian design can still be seen in modern Egyptian logo design. Many companies in Egypt use traditional symbols and motifs in their logos, such as the Eye of Horus or the Ankh. These symbols are often combined with modern design elements to create a unique and distinctive logo.

Here are some of the best Egyptian logo design ideas you can reference:



Created by Esmaeel Abobakr Elkady | https://www.behance.net/gallery/131837119/THE-NEW-EGYPTIAN-CAPITAL-BRANDING

The first ancient Egyptian symbol is the winged sun. This symbol was not only used in ancient Egypt but was also a famous logo for many ancient cultures. The symbol is also known as the Behdety. The Behdety was used in Egyptian temples. The goal is to represent the god of the midday sun, Behedti. This symbol is the best option if you’re looking for an alternative to a regular sun logo.


2. The Grand Egyptian Museum

Created by Ahmad Yahia | https://www.behance.net/gallery/116597015/The-Grand-Egyptian-Museum-Logo

Pyramids are famous buildings from ancient Egypt. Most pyramids are covered with bright and shining white coatings that make those buildings shine brighter when the sun hits them with its light. This is a wonderful view you can add to your logo. Use a pyramid with a sun on top of it.


3. national mueseum of egyptian civilization

Created by Mohamed Abdelfattah | https://www.behance.net/gallery/148826231/logo-for-national-mueseum-of-egyptian-civilization

The Ankh is another ancient Egyptian symbol to create a wonderful logo. The Ankh is actually the most famous symbol that comes from the hieroglyphic writing system. This logo represents the eternal life concept or the key to life. Also, the Ankh is known as the Nile’s key. This symbol is very Egyptian, and you will make a meaningful logo with it.


4. Team Renewal

Created by Derrick Stratton | https://dribbble.com/shots/16075265-Scarab-Esports-Logo-Team-Renewal

Another way to create a meaningful logo is by adding a scarab beetle to your logo. It is an Egyptian beetle that is the symbol of great power and rebirth. Ancient people believed that the scarab beetle was famous and important. If you want a logo that tells people about your powerful company, using a scarab beetle on the logo is a brilliant idea.


5. Nick Molokovich

Created by Nick Molokovich | https://dribbble.com/shots/4641382--Egyptian-God-Horus

The falcon-headed god Horus is a super famous ancient Egyptian god. This one is the most famous symbol of Egypt; you can see Horus on Egyptian airplanes, hotels, restaurants, and anywhere. Horus himself was the son of Isis and Osiris, the holy family triad’s divine child. Horus is not only a meaningful symbol for your logo. The human body and falcon head will also make your logo look super unique.


6. The Riddle of the Sphinx

Created by Nolan Fleming | https://dribbble.com/shots/9904745-The-Riddle-of-the-Sphinx

A sphinx is also a cool symbol for your logo. It is a mythical creature that has a human head but a lion’s body. In Egyptian mythology, a sphinx is a man who is seen as benevolent with awesome strength. A sphinx is also a guardian. This symbol will make people feel secure in using your products.


7. Hona Al Qahera

Created by Mo, Alyoussfi | https://dribbble.com/shots/14877692-Hona-Al-Qahera-Egyptian-Cuisine-

Another symbol to make an incredible logo is the ancient Egyptian ruler, the pharaoh. Pharaohs were usually wearing unique clothes. You can use one of the pharaohs on your logo but add some modern touches to the logo. For example, make the pharaoh smile and then add a cute mustache. Or you may want to add something special that will represent your business idea.


8. Paloma Restaurant

Created by James Viola | https://dribbble.com/shots/6685709-Paloma-Restaurant-Logo-Concept

If you love the idea of a sphinx logo but want something more special, consider using the Ba symbol. It is a symbol of the heavenly spirit and also human personality. It has a body of a bird and a head of a human. This unique bird has a unique story. When someone dies, he will leave the body and fly to the sky to live in the stars. Interested in adopting this symbol?


9. National Building The Egyptian

Created by Edignwn Type | https://dribbble.com/shots/14995602-Egyptian-Logo

Ancient Egyptians used unique fonts when they needed to write something on stone. You can use fonts that look like ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Make sure that everyone can read the font you choose very easily. Thus, they can understand what your business is trying to provide. Combine Egyptian-inspired fonts with minimalist fonts. This way, people can read the descriptions quickly.


10. Hummus Of Monarchs

Created by Erik Weikert | https://dribbble.com/shots/2839520-The-key-to-the-afterlife

This is just like the Hona Al Qahera logo design, but this one is more formal. The pharaoh on this logo has a very serious look, just like any pharaoh from ancient Egypt. But create a unique design by combining a pharaoh logo with something cool, like a sun illustration on top of the logo. A combination of a pharaoh illustration and a sun sketch or drawing will create a creative look.


11. Egypto Tours

Created by Ilker Türe | https://dribbble.com/shots/15652632-Egypto-Tours

Most ancient Egyptian pharaohs were male, but there were also powerful female pharaohs such as Cleopatra. If your business or company is about women’s equality or empowering women, then using Cleopatra as the model of your logo will be a great idea. Or, you may want to create an illustration of any other female pharaohs like Nefertiti, Hatshepsut, and so on.


12. Emad Ahmed

Created by Emad Ahmed | https://dribbble.com/shots/7094698-CAIRO-Sticker

Nefertiti was a female pharaoh or queen who was the royal wife of the great pharaoh Akhenaten. This queen was super beautiful and will be a beautiful model for your Egyptian logo. She had various titles like the lady of the two lands, lady of grace, great of praises, and so on. She is the best logo inspiration.



Created by Jeremy Richie | https://dribbble.com/shots/1554774-AST-TE

The eye of Ra will make your logo look serious and powerful. Ra is the name of the god of the sun from ancient Egypt. Many believe that the eye of Ra is the right eye of Horus. According to various myths, this symbol of the eye of Ra was the personification of goddesses like Hathor, Wadjet, Sekhmet, Mut, and also Bastet.


14. Pyramids Mall

Created by Abdalla Eljendy | https://dribbble.com/shots/11047669-Pyramids-Mall

There are three pyramids in the pyramids of Giza. The names are Menkaure, Khafre, and Khufu. Use three of them on your logo but make one of the three pyramids look bigger than the other two. Use colors that will remind you of the desert where the pyramids are located. 


15. Mahmoud Hesham

Created by Osama Muhammed | https://dribbble.com/shots/12393294-Egyptian-athlete-Logo

When creating a modern logo for your company, you can get inspiration from the obelisk. You don’t have to draw the obelisk and make your logo look traditional. Take inspiration from the tall and slender shape of the obelisk. And then use the shape to create a more modern logo.


16. Scarab Spell

Created by Chelsea Ryan | https://dribbble.com/shots/8434121-Scarab-Spell-IPA-coming-soon

Why add a scarab beetle to your logo? In ancient Egypt, people associated this beetle with a divine manifestation of the Khepri, the early morning sun. People used to believe that Khepri rolled the morning sun disk at daybreak over the eastern horizon. That’s why you can add a scarab and a sun to show people how powerful your company is.


17. BAST

Created by Samir Chajia | https://dribbble.com/shots/5643018-BAST

Bastet, or Bast, was one of the most ancient Egyptian goddesses. She was the goddess of pleasure and protection. Bastet was also a good health bringer. Bast had a slender female body and the head of a cat. Also, Bast was the sister of Sekhmet and the daughter of Ra. She is now the best logo model.


18. Egyptian Parrot

Created by Shawn Fitzgerald | https://dribbble.com/shots/13866321-Egyptian-Parrot-v2

No matter what object or symbol you want to use on your logo, just make sure that you add something Egypt to the logo. For example, add a Nemyss on a parrot that is the object of your logo. A Nemyss is a ritual headdress worn by the pharaoh. It has stripes and usually has yellow and blue colors.


19. Camilla Drejer

Created by Camilla Drejer | https://dribbble.com/shots/3261465-Foreign-symbols

This is an illustration of three unique faces that look like Egyptian text. This logo can make people curious about the message behind it. You, too, can make people curious by creating a unique logo that looks similar to Egyptian text. Just make sure that you don’t use the Egyptian symbol randomly.


20. Pyramids FC

Created by Bladesmith Branding | https://www.behance.net/gallery/112104593/Pyramids-FC

The three pyramids of Giza are not the same size. But for the sake of a modern logo, feel free to draw a logo with three pyramids of the same size. They will look simple, minimalist, and modern. Frame the pyramids with a circle and use calming colors like shades of blue.


21. Ammit

Created by Brett Mosher | https://dribbble.com/shots/17682418-Ammit

The logo here is inspired by Sobek, the lord of the crocodiles. Some sects in Egypt believed that Sobek was the one who created order not only in the world but also in the universe. He came from the dark water and the Nile River creator. Take the story by adopting Sobek as the model of your logo.


22. The Anubis Aesthetic

Created by Ikhwan Hakim | https://dribbble.com/shots/7599244-The-Anubis-Aesthetic-Logo

Anubis was a god who had the head of a jackal. He led the embalming process and also accompanied dead Egyptian kings when they enter the afterworld. Anubis was the one who placed the kings’ hearts on the scale when Osiris judged them. This powerful god can be a powerful inspiration for your logo.


23. The Egyptian Postal Museum

Created by malak elruby | https://www.behance.net/gallery/147403235/The-Egyptian-Postal-Museum

A dome was not part of ancient Egyptian buildings. It is a part of modern Egyptian buildings, and you can place it on your Egyptian logo design. Add some elements of Egypt, like the desert color or the brown color of the Nile River. Your Egypt logo will look extraordinary.


24. Locust

Created by Jake Meyer | https://dribbble.com/shots/3444013-Locust

A scarab beetle is a very simple object that will make your logo look cute. But when the beetle shows you the wings, it shows you the majestic look. When you try to create a magnificent logo, add a scarab beetle showing its wings and get the most awesome logo design. Use contrasting colors on the logo.


25. Akhenaton

Created by Dmitriy Dzendo | https://dribbble.com/shots/19022037-Akhenaton-skull-logo

For those who need a dark logo, a black background will frame the skull logo perfectly. But you need to make it more Egyptian by adding a Nemyss on the skull. No need to use bright and bold colors; use brown and white colors instead. Those colors will accentuate the dark atmosphere of your logo.


26. Grand Egyptian Museum

Created by Safinaz Hesham | https://www.behance.net/gallery/122639697/Logo-Brouchure

Use Arabic words to create a specific object for your logo. For example, if you want to create a magnificent pyramid logo, arrange the name of your company in Arabic font so that it will create the shape of a pyramid. Color it gold to enhance the majestic look of the logo.



Created by Emi Renzi | https://www.behance.net/gallery/82129601/CONJURO-PREMIUM-EGYPTIAN-BEER

You may want to use a sphynx cat as the model of your Egyptian logo. But actually, this cat wasn’t originated from Egypt; it is a Canadian cat. However, try to be creative when designing a logo with a sphynx cat as the model. For example, add the third eye on the face of the cat.


28. Egyptian Brewerey

Created by Designollo | https://dribbble.com/shots/16679502-Egyptian-Brewerey-Logo

Another symbol to create a brilliant logo is the griffin or griffon. It is a mythological creature that has the body of a lion and the head of an eagle. The griffin was the most famous decoration in the ancient Mediterranean and Middle Eastern lands.


29. Le Scarabée

Created by Alain Champagne | https://dribbble.com/shots/6598128-Le-Scarab-e-Branding

Why don’t you try combining various Egyptian symbols at once? This logo has some scarab battles, a pharaoh, some ankhs, and many other Egyptian elements at once. Use gold to color the logo and make it visible on the blue background.


30. Egyptian Steel

Created by memark | https://www.behance.net/gallery/16671703/Egyptian-Steel-Branding

Finally, use a Shen to decorate your amazing Egyptian logo. A Shen has the shape of a spiral circle; it represents the god. Egypt and Mesopotamia were the cultures that used the symbol. This simple symbol will be perfect for your modern logo as well.


Frequently Ask Questions

What are some common colors used in Egyptian logo design?

Common colors used in Egyptian logo design include gold, black, and blue. Gold was a highly valued metal in ancient Egypt and was associated with the sun and the pharaohs. It is often used in logos to represent luxury, wealth, and power. Black was also a significant color in ancient Egypt and was associated with the afterlife and rebirth. It is often used in logos to represent sophistication, strength, and elegance. Blue was associated with the Nile River and the sky and is often used in logos to represent stability, loyalty, and peace. Other colors used in Egyptian logo design include red, green, and white, each with its own symbolic meaning.

Can non-Egyptian companies use Egyptian symbols in their logo designs?

Yes, non-Egyptian companies can use Egyptian symbols in their logo designs. However, it is important for companies to use these symbols with cultural sensitivity and respect. The use of cultural symbols in logos can be controversial and may be seen as cultural appropriation if not handled carefully. It is important to research the cultural context and symbolism of the symbols being used and to work with designers who are knowledgeable and respectful of the culture. Additionally, companies should be prepared to engage in a dialogue with stakeholders if concerns are raised about their use of cultural symbols in their branding.

What are some popular Egyptian symbols used in logo design?

Some popular Egyptian symbols used in logo design include the Eye of Horus, the Ankh, the Scarab beetle, and the Lotus flower. The Eye of Horus is a powerful symbol of protection, often used to represent the concept of divine intervention. The Ankh represents eternal life and is often used to symbolize strength and longevity. The Scarab beetle represents regeneration and is often used to convey a sense of resilience and perseverance. The Lotus flower symbolizes purity and enlightenment, often used in logos to represent spiritual growth and beauty. Other popular symbols include hieroglyphics, pyramids, and sphinxes.

How do you create a modern Egyptian logo design while still honoring traditional design elements?

To create a modern Egyptian logo design while still honoring traditional design elements, it is important to strike a balance between the old and the new. One approach is to start with traditional Egyptian symbols and motifs and then incorporate modern design techniques to update them. For example, using a minimalist design or incorporating negative space. Additionally, designers can experiment with new color palettes and typography to modernize traditional elements. Another approach is to use traditional symbols as inspiration rather than direct representations, incorporating their shapes and forms in a new and contemporary way. By combining traditional and modern design elements in a thoughtful and respectful way, designers can create a unique and memorable Egyptian logo design.

What industries are particularly well-suited for Egyptian logo design?

Industries that are particularly well-suited for Egyptian logo design include those related to luxury, spirituality, and history. For example, companies in the jewelry, fashion, and beauty industries often use Egyptian symbols in their branding to convey a sense of luxury and sophistication. Companies in the spiritual and wellness industries also frequently incorporate Egyptian symbols, such as the Ankh and the Lotus flower, to represent spiritual growth and enlightenment. Additionally, companies in the tourism and historical preservation industries may use Egyptian symbols to highlight the rich history and cultural heritage of Egypt.


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