30 Best Flamingo Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

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Check out some of the best flamingo logo design ideas for your projects! 
Created by Trey Ingram | https://dribbble.com/shots/9854279-Quiet-Storm-Flamingo

The flamingo is a bird that has captured the imagination of people for centuries, and its distinctive appearance has made it a popular choice for use in art and design. The flamingo logo, in particular, has become a ubiquitous symbol of luxury, elegance, and sophistication.

The origins of the flamingo logo design can be traced back to the early 20th century when the bird began to appear in various forms of graphic design. In the 1920s, for example, the Art Deco movement popularized the use of stylized animal motifs in fashion and interior design, and the flamingo was often used as a decorative element in this context. This trend continued throughout the 1930s and 1940s, with the bird becoming a popular motif in advertising and marketing materials for hotels, resorts, and other high-end destinations.

In the decades that followed, the flamingo logo continued to be a popular choice for businesses and brands looking to convey a sense of luxury and sophistication. This was particularly true in the hospitality industry, where the bird became a common motif in the hotel and resort logos and marketing materials. The Miami-based Fontainebleau Hotel, for example, features a stylized flamingo in its logo, as does the Hotel Nacional de Cuba in Havana.

Today, the flamingo logo can be seen in a wide range of contexts, from high-end fashion and cosmetics brands to cocktail bars and restaurants. Its popularity shows no signs of waning, and it's distinctive silhouette and vibrant pink color continue to evoke a sense of glamour and sophistication.

Here are some of the best flamingo logo design ideas you can check out:


1. The Pink Flamingo

Created by Blake Spiegel | https://dribbble.com/shots/20472827-The-Pink-Flamingo

Even though the name is pink flamingo, you don't have to use pink on your logo. Many other colors allow you to create a flamingo logo. Just make sure that your logo matches the business you run. For example, if you run a cocktail bar, make your flamingo step on a cup or drink from the cocktail glass.


2. The Botswana Great Flamingo

Created by Breno Bitencourt | https://dribbble.com/shots/18159023-The-Botswana-Great-Flamingo

Be creative in coloring your flamingo logo. Pink surely is the best color for a flamingo, but you can use any other color. For example, add some black and white to your pink flamingo. The color combination is going to make your logo look totally eye-catching. A blue background will also accentuate the bird.


3. Adriane McCarthy

Created by Adriane McCarthy | https://dribbble.com/shots/3673870-Flamingo

Since flamingo is a very loyal bird, you may want to use the bird for a romantic logo. Draw two flamingos facing each other and color them purple. Use a pastel pink color for the background, and you'll create a very romantic flamingo logo. Add some elements of nature like palm trees, grass, sun, or rainbow.


4. Johnny Cupcakes Florida

Created by Corey Reifinger | https://dribbble.com/shots/6277839-Flamingo

When designing a flamingo logo for a restaurant, coffee shop, bar, or any other food and beverage industry, add something that represents cuisine to the logo. Your pink flamingo can wear a chef hat or an apron. Or, you can also make it hold a glass or a signature dish of your coffee shop or restaurant.


5. The Other Side

Created by Jay Fletcher | https://dribbble.com/shots/5535773-The-Other-Side-Ocean-View-Club-pt-VI

When creating a flamingo logo, you need to think about some elements you want to be in the logo and how to combine them with the flamingo. For example, if you want a crown on your logo, place it on the top and then place your flamingos on both sides of the logo. This will make people focus on the crown.


6. Royal Palms

Created by Melissa Deckert | https://dribbble.com/shots/2223693-Royal-Palms

Do you see the flamingo on this logo? The Royal word is created from the body of a flamingo, with the beak in the letter R. Use a font that has the pink color of a flamingo and the texture of the flamingo's feathers. Make this logo more eye-catching by adding yellow color for the background and green for the Palms.


7. Riski Mulia

Created by Riski Mulia | https://dribbble.com/shots/5565652-Flamingo

Sometimes, minimalism is everything. Create minimalism by drawing a prismatic red flamingo logo with no outline. And then, for the typography, pick a bold font and color it gray. This minimalism will look awesome with a white background that makes people focus on the flamingo logo immediately.


8. Dan Duarte

Created by Dan Duarte | https://dribbble.com/shots/3673451-Florida

Those who want an industrial-styled logo with a flamingo should combine three awesome colors. Use dark coral, fawn or hazelnut, and black for your logo. You may think about a dark coral flamingo, but this time, use dark coral as the background of your black flamingo logo. Black will be a nice background for the whole logo. Use hazelnut or fawn for the color of your typography.


9. San Diego

Created by Maria Lumbi | https://dribbble.com/shots/6985158-San-Diego-Company-Trip-T-Shirt

Be creative by using two different animals on your logo. Use a flamingo and a bear, for example, and you'll create a unique logo. Spring color (#00F0A8) can be a nice option if you want people to look at your flamingo logo. Use it as the background color for the seaweed (#354A21) color of the logo.


10. Pink Paradise

Created by Defaced | https://dribbble.com/shots/7514572-Pink-Paradise-Badge

Since pink is the color of flamingos, you may want to use this color for the background of your logo and for the flamingo. But with no other color, it is going to look boring. You need to add some other colors like ivory, some shades of blue, and purple to the color. This makes your logo look gorgeous and nice.


11. Sini Coffee & Space

Created by Kreathifa Studio | https://dribbble.com/shots/10737220-SINI-Coffee-Space-Logo-Design

When designing a logo, it is essential to determine the size of the flamingo and the size of the typography. The name of your business should be visible. This means you don't need to create a huge flamingo illustration on the logo. If your logo has a small flamingo illustration, then draw only the neck and head of the flamingo.


12. Monoline Heron

Created by artbysugu | https://dribbble.com/shots/15683989-Monoline-Heron-Logo

For many businesses, minimalism is everything. And if you're looking for a minimalist design for your logo, then you need to make sure that your logo contains black and white only. And for the flamingo logo, create a flamingo from curves that will definitely make your logo look extra special.


13. Grand Café Flamingo

Created by Fre Lemmens | https://dribbble.com/shots/3174441-Flamingo-Logo

Flamingo (#FDA4BA) is the right for your flamingo logo. But you can also use another color, like light salmon (#FDAB9F), for the background of your unique logo. Make your logo look more minimalist and mysterious by drawing the flamingo icon with the letter f. White color will look cool on a light salmon.


14. Loony Cartoony

Created by Em the Creative | https://dribbble.com/shots/17301608-Loony-Cartoony

Doodles will always make people curious about the meaning behind your logo. A doodle with a flamingo, some leaves, a cigarette, and a cup of coffee will create a unique combination for your logo. Use the color strawberry (#FC4C4E) to make doodles on top of the pastel-colored background. Make sure that you don't add too many details on the doodle.


15. Awesome Flamingo

Created by artism_studio | https://dribbble.com/shots/15849274-Awesome-Flamingo

How to create the super awesome flamingo logo for your business? Simply by combining coral pink (#FE7D6A) and black on your logo. Coral pink is actually a soft color that will look vibrant when you place it on a black background. Make the flamingo the focus of your logo. Frame it with an oval, square, rectangle, or round frame, and make sure that the flamingo is in the middle of the logo.


16. Forward FC

Created by Alex Perez | https://dribbble.com/shots/5577720-Forward-FC

Looking for a super unique logo for your business? Then try to combine two different colors on your flamingo logo. But choose the colors carefully before combining them in the logo. For example, ballet slipper (#F79AC0) and baby blue (#89CFF0) are two pastel colors that will create a nice flamingo logo. Add white that is going to balance the color.


17. Gustavo Kalili

Created by Gustavo Kalili | https://dribbble.com/shots/7276630-Flamingo

When choosing the best fonts for your flamingo logo, you may want to use some different fonts two write the name of your business. It is legal to use less than three different fonts on your logo. The first one can be bold, and the second one should be fun. The two different fonts will complement each other and create a nice typography.



Created by Artnivora Studio | https://dribbble.com/shots/17884903-ROMTAGE

If you want your flamingo logo to look luxurious and elegant, burgundy is going to be a nice color for the background of your logo. And then, use teal and flamingo colors for the flamingo logo. Flamingo color will be awesome for the body of the flamingo but use teal for the head and legs to make it unique.


19. Eureka Alphonso

Created by Eureka Alphonso | https://dribbble.com/shots/3268686-Minimal-Flamingo

Make your flamingo logo look more 3-dimensional by combining some shades of pink with the logo. Different shades are going to make your flamingo logo look more alive. Shades of pink and purple are the best choice for your flamingo logo since those shades look feminine and similar to the real flamingo. 


20. Manish Arora

Created by Manish Arora | https://dribbble.com/shots/4061520-The-Flamingo-Logo-Design

What would you like to convey through the flamingo logo? If you want people to know about your elegant bar, draw a tall glass of wine with a flamingo body on top of the glass. Use elegant colors like copper (#B87333) for the typography and liquid inside the glass. This is going to create a luxurious logo.


21. last spark

Created by last spark | https://dribbble.com/shots/4875295-Flamingo-Logo-Day-33

Pink is going to create a feminine logo. Instead of coloring the flamingo pink, draw a white flamingo on a pink or carnation background. The soft pink color of the background will make your logo look nice and attractive, especially for the female audience. Women and girls would love to know what you offer.


22. MisterShot

Created by MisterShot | https://dribbble.com/shots/20228339-Flamingo-Wave

When drawing a flamingo logo, you can be super creative and use curves to create a mysterious flamingo logo. Make it look more mysterious and minimalist by combining black and white colors. Black will be a dark background to accentuate the wonderful look of your white flamingo logo made of curves.


23. The Old Flamingo

Created by Amit Botre | https://dribbble.com/shots/2703599-The-Old-Flamingo

If there's the term old on your flamingo logo, you need to use old-school fonts and icons on your logo. Use only two types of fonts on the logo and make them look rusty. And for the flamingo icon, pick one that is lifting one of the legs, just like many old-school flamingo icons. 


24. Strange Bird Streetwear

Created by Kevin Schrecengost | https://dribbble.com/shots/3820412-Strange-Bird-Streetwear-Branding

Just like the name of the business, the flamingo logo should be very weird or strange. One unique way to create a strange flamingo logo is by drawing the skeleton of a flamingo instead of the gorgeous flamingo with pink feathers. White on the flamingo skeleton will make it look real and unique at once.


25. Clément Merceron

Created by Clément Merceron | https://dribbble.com/shots/5302077-Operation-Flamingo

Another idea to try when creating a flamingo logo is the pink flamingo origami. Use some shapes in flamingo color to create the most fascinating and cute flamingo logo. The shapes you pile together will make your flamingo look like it is made of pink origami paper. This logo also looks super realistic.


26. Maki Sketch

Created by Maki Sketch | https://dribbble.com/shots/17002315-Flamingo-Logo

A flamingo logo doesn't have to be complex like the previous idea. You can simply create a flamingo sketch that has a similar look to number 2. This simple yet meaningful logo will look incredible with an old-school font for the typography.


27. The Flamingo Resort

Created by Nick Slater | https://dribbble.com/shots/4257340-Flamingo

A resort usually connects to nature. This means you need to draw a nice logo with awesome nature elements, such as a couple of flamingos, a palm tree, and a sun. Use soft colors like white, pink, and brown that are going to make your logo look simple but stunning at once. 


28. Simon Lürwer

Created by Simon Lürwer | https://dribbble.com/shots/11276416-flamingo-logo

Some curves and lines can create a cool, simple, minimalist, and elegant flamingo logo. With only three lines, you can create a wonderful flamingo logo. Use copper or gold to color the flamingo logo. And for the typography white will be a nice color for the typography of your elegant flamingo logo.


29. Flameagle

Created by Zikry Maoelana | https://dribbble.com/shots/9456617-Flameagle

Can you see the flamingo and eagle in this logo? This Flameagle logo uses the concept of yin and yang. The white one shows you the figure of a flamingo, and the black one behind the flamingo shows the eagle feature. Use this as your inspiration to create a unique flamingo logo.


30. Quiet Storm Flamingo

Created by Trey Ingram | https://dribbble.com/shots/9854279-Quiet-Storm-Flamingo

When you try to draw two flamingos in one logo, be more creative than just drawing them face to face. One idea to try is drawing one flamingo standing straight and another one bending down in front of the first flamingo. This is going to create a very meaningful logo for your business or company. This logo shows that other companies may bend down before yours because of the excellent quality you have.


Frequently Ask Questions

What types of businesses are most likely to use a flamingo in their logo design?

Businesses that cater to the luxury, leisure, or hospitality industries are most likely to use a flamingo in their logo design. Flamingos are often associated with elegance, sophistication, and tropical destinations, making them a popular choice for hotels, resorts, and spas. Additionally, the pink color of flamingos can be used to evoke a sense of playfulness or whimsy, making it suitable for brands in the fashion, beauty, or entertainment industries. Overall, businesses that want to convey a sense of exclusivity or relaxation are most likely to use a flamingo in their logo design.

Are there any cultural associations or symbolism attached to the flamingo in the logo design?

Yes, there are cultural associations and symbolism attached to the flamingo in logo design. In some cultures, such as ancient Egyptian and Greek, the flamingo was seen as a symbol of resurrection and rebirth. In other cultures, such as in the Caribbean and Latin America, the flamingo is associated with leisure, relaxation, and tropical destinations. Additionally, in some cultures, the pink color of the flamingo is associated with love, romance, and femininity. These cultural associations and symbolism make the flamingo a popular choice for brands that want to convey a sense of luxury, exoticism, or playfulness in their logo design.

What emotions or feelings does a flamingo logo design evoke in customers?

A flamingo logo design can evoke a range of emotions and feelings in customers, depending on the context and design elements used. Generally, a flamingo logo design is associated with luxury, elegance, and sophistication, making it suitable for brands that want to convey a sense of exclusivity or high-end services. The pink color of the flamingo can also evoke feelings of playfulness, romance, and warmth, making it suitable for brands that want to convey a sense of fun or approachability. Overall, a flamingo logo design can evoke positive emotions such as relaxation, happiness, and excitement, making it a popular choice for a variety of industries.

What are some common shapes and symbols used in conjunction with a flamingo logo design?

Common shapes and symbols used in conjunction with a flamingo logo design include tropical foliage, palm trees, sunsets, beaches, and waves. These design elements help to create a sense of exoticism and relaxation and are often used in conjunction with a flamingo to convey a tropical or beachside theme. Additionally, geometric shapes such as circles, triangles, and squares may be used to frame or accentuate the flamingo, adding a sense of structure and balance to the logo design. Overall, the shapes and symbols used in conjunction with a flamingo logo design are intended to reinforce the brand's message and create a sense of visual harmony.

What are some common color schemes used in flamingo logo designs?

Common color schemes used in flamingo logo designs often include pink, white, black, and various shades of green or blue. Pink is the most common color used in flamingo logos due to its association with the bird, but other colors are often incorporated to create contrast or balance. White and black are often used for typography or background elements to create a sense of elegance and sophistication. Shades of green or blue may be used to create a tropical or beachside theme and can be incorporated through the use of foliage, waves, or other design elements. Overall, the color schemes used in flamingo logo designs are intended to reinforce the brand's message and create a visually appealing design.


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