30 Best Typographic Logo Designs You Should Check

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Created by Nice People | https://www.behance.net/gallery/94846167/Poosh
 

Logo design for a business, company, or institution does not always have to have many complex symbols, elements, or illustrations. Now there is a rising trend where companies and institutions remodel their logo designs into a design that is much more minimalist than before. That change includes removing elements of shapes or symbols and using typography as the main attraction instead.

This typographic design is very much in demand by many people and is currently one of the most demanded design styles. This typographic logo gives a professional and simple impression. However, several designs have a unique typeface that grabs the attention of people who see them. 

In this discussion, there are 30 best typographic logo ideas that you should see for your reference. The ideas that will be discussed have a style that is each different and unique, so you can choose for yourself which one best suits the characterization or personality branding that you like.

 

1. Origin Group

Created by Will Zhao | https://www.behance.net/gallery/114371829/Origin-Group
 

Although at first glance, the typography used by Origin seems simple and simple, there is a special touch to it resulting from perfect weighing with the characteristics of the company itself. The font that is being used is the Calibre, a very popular writing style and is often used for various purposes. 

The style is versatile and suitable for all looks, but here we can see it packed with a modern, simplistic look. This attractive display is also supported by additional animation in the form of a hypnotic ripple-like motion.

 

2. SHORTCUT

Created by Kirill Dubik | https://www.behance.net/gallery/127681079/SHORTCUT-Identity
 

The attractive style is one of the first things that grab the attention of people who see it. By using a look that reminds you of the 80s-90s pop era, the typography is certainly very interesting and stands out from other logos.

The design is also very well matched with the company's signature style, which leans toward a digital pop style, with bright neon colors and the glow effect that often appears on the company's social media designs.

 

3. NOBIA

Created by Anna Chopik | https://www.behance.net/gallery/143720161/NOBIA-Logo-brand-design
 

With its curves and variations on the typeface, you might get an art nouveau feel and also a bit of a classic. The design is simple and clean, showing an elegant and classy branding. But all of that is packaged in a style that is still trendy and not rigid with this typeface style.

The Nobia logo surely can be one of the best inspirations for businesses with a more feminine realm and want a classy impression. Maybe a style like this will be very suitable for apparel, decoration, or beauty businesses that highlight a soft yet elegant nature.

 

4. Flock

Created by Typefool | https://www.behance.net/gallery/146518517/Flock-Brand-Identity
 

The flock logo is a perfect match with the line of business and also the characteristics that are upheld by the business. With a business that is engaged in working space for creative workers, the design shows a creative side that is subtle but still radiates well.

The lines that make up the typeface for this logo design look like long pieces of paper folded to form each letter. The neon color chosen as the background or alternative letter color is also very interesting.

 

5. OATSIDE

Created by Monumento Co | https://www.behance.net/gallery/142235745/OATSIDE
 

The modern retro style, as in the Oatside logo, is one of the most popular design styles in recent years. Taking inspiration from retro styles that existed in 80s pop culture, this style was reinvented with a more modern and stylish style.

The typeface made in a bold style is eye-catching even though the style is quite simple. This simple look is very harmonious with the cute and fun Oatside drink packaging design style with subtle colors and sticker elements.

 

6. FORM

Created by Ulyana Malova | https://www.behance.net/gallery/130368247/FORM-Interior-Design-Studio-Brand-identity
 

At first glance, this logo may look so simple and not much different from most typographic logos. However, if you observe more closely and are assisted by the existing animation, you will realize that this logo is very creative. 

Because Form itself is a company engaged in interior design, the letter O in its logo is dialed and designed with a variety of unique home furniture. You can see the letter turning into a stove or sink with just a few simple lines.

 

7. Herdade da Misericórdia

Created by Humana Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145985407/Herdade-da-Misericordia-brand-Identity
 

You don't have to put your full company name when you make a typographic logo design. You can also use a monogram or the initials of your company, business, or institution that can represent the name. 

The example is this logo of HERDADE DA MISERICÓRDIA. Because their full name may be considered too long, they only use the letter HM to represent the name.

This logo looks very beautiful with its classic font appearance and also the addition of a star symbol that matches the typeface at the end of the monogram.

 

8. Todes Design

Created by Juão | https://www.behance.net/gallery/138921171/Todes-Design
 

Unique and interesting impressions are the two main things you will get when you see the logo from Todes. 

With a line of business that is also unique and unusual to value creative people from the queer community, this logo represents all of that. The bold typeface uses a unique style and is also shaped by trendy curves. This logo design also matches the colors and branding style they choose.

 

9. Nutshed

Created by invade design | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144103321/Nutshed-Peanut-Butter
 

This logo is what you expect to be on your breakfast table. Packed in a fun and upbeat style, the analogy you need to start your day is when you spread peanut butter on your toast in the morning.

The typeface design is also expressive, with various variations here and there, and also added with a calming bold style.

 

10. Eurofront

Created by fagerström® | https://www.behance.net/gallery/115544913/Eurofront
 

Eurofont is a cooperation that has different member countries, which focus on increasing security, and its logo matches the principle that they hold. 

Because it consists of many different countries and also focuses on the international arena, the logo design used is simplistic and versatile, suitable for all conditions. It also looks professional but still calming with a purplish blue color which is the main color of their branding.

 

11. Polpo

Created by FAENA Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145158311/Polpo
 

Polpo is a wine and food bar that carries a rustic and slightly classic theme for its branding. The logo design used is impressive, very appropriate, and describes the atmosphere of the Emrkea bar well. 

Even though they are a wine bar, which usually caters to a more classy and exclusive style, they carry a homey impression instead, which also emanates from the use of a soft and not stiff typeface. This typeface is also a bit like brush written, making it look loose and relaxed.

 

12. Poise

Created by Yahia Abdulazem | https://www.behance.net/gallery/110838799/Poise-Beard-Care
 

Using a font called "It's Valky" from Newflix Bro, these typographic logo ideas exude an elegant and classy look. This vibe fits perfectly with their branding company which is engaged in beauty products. 

One of the favorite subtle details that you can see here is the use of a diamond star to replace the dot on the letter i. This small detail makes the display even more classy. The Poise logo surely looks posh.

 

13. Da Nolita

Created by Jona Sbarzaglia | https://www.behance.net/gallery/145071441/Da-Nolita-Italian-Restaurant-Casablanca
 

The logo for the Italian restaurant Da Nolita looks fun but still classy. The typeface variation they use uses a classic look, but there are still free and unique details, which are especially located in the letters L and I. 

The letter L looks like it's "holding" the letter I on its lap, a very unique and impressive detail that contributed to the wow effect of this logo.

 

14. Road

Created by Alex Sinitsyn | https://www.behance.net/gallery/144140809/Bike-rental-branding-Road
 

The inspiration for this logo is certainly unique and can be an example for designers when looking for a basis for the appearance of a company branding. Since Road is a company that provides bicycle rental around the New York subway, the designer decided to use the same branding style and also the same typeface for the design. 

Made in a bold and clear typeface style, it reminds you of the signs you might see on the road. In addition, there is also a little bit of sporty nuance to it, which is also following their line of business.

 

15. Chew Folk

Created by Juuso Salakka | https://www.behance.net/gallery/137873273/Chew-Folk
 

Fun and unusual designs always attract people's attention. One of them is the logo for this Chew Folk. This typeface is the exact design you'd expect for a logo for a company selling chewing gum. 

This fun typography style is a bit similar to the style used in graffiti with uncertain shapes but still matches each other.

The animation used is also very impressive. Because they sell chewing games, the animation is made like bursting bubble gum, so the typeface appears to emerge from the results of the bubble shards.

 

16. KoshyBlue

Created by 阿邹 zoey | https://www.behance.net/gallery/139666667/KoshyBlue-Visual-Identity-By-Zoey
 

KoshyBlue is a company engaged in furniture lighting that has a modern futuristic style branding. Their principle of branding focuses on a simpler modern style and also uses a futuristic aesthetic, so the logo created is designed with a typeface that reflects these principles and aesthetic choices.

Even though it is made simple, there are details in the form of asymmetric cuts and arrangements in the typeface. A simple detail, but the effect is still impressive and extraordinary for the appearance of the design.

 

17. SJB

Created by Mac Archibald | https://www.behance.net/gallery/140123093/SJB
 

The SJB is engaged in the realm of business architecture, construction, and also interior design, all things related to building. It seems that this line of business inspired designers to use this unique typeface look for their logo.

This typeface is made with animation that reveals the name SJB with a font style such as a construction framework connected between one letter and another. Not only like the construction framework, but this style of typography also reminds you of the architect or designer framework they paint when planning something.

 

18. Bubble

Created by Unformal Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/143853855/Bubble
 

The appearance of the typographic logo is simple and minimalist, but still attractive thanks to the subtle details in the form of whitespace carved out of the letter.

The designer added circular shapes in whitespace in some of the letters as an interesting variation.

 

19. Hi atelier

Created by Oleksandr Maksymov | https://www.behance.net/gallery/111672977/Hi-atelier
 

This typographic logo is like no other. At first glance, we may not realize that this symbol is a typeface that represents two letters and not a shape illustration. Because the first time you see it, you might only see that there is a silhouette of a sticky figure sitting, leaning, and lifting his legs. 

But over time, you can also start to see the letters H and I that make up the word "hi." A very unique and stunning design.

 

20. EXPERYMENT

Created by TOFU Studio | https://www.behance.net/gallery/110661821/EXPERYMENT-rebranding
 

Using several letters in Russian, this logo looks interesting and different from the others. Although it is formed from a simple and classic font style, because there are variations in several Russian language symbols that make up the word, this logo perfectly matches the name with the vibes it presents.

 

21. dolomiti

Created by Kaio Cezar | https://www.behance.net/gallery/127150983/dolomiti
 

The symbol design for Dolomiti is a very modern and futuristic look. The animation adds to that impression as the typeface reveals itself from the arrangement of shapes shaped like a cubic.

 

22. Hyperactive

Created by Mais Tazagulov | https://www.behance.net/gallery/140805749/Hyperactive-Brand-Identity
 

Replacing some letters with different styles of typeface but still matching perfectly with each other like this is a very interesting approach. The letter H and also the letter a in the name of this company symbolize the beginning of the word, so they were replaced to make a distinction between the other letters.

 

23. Gol's Garden

Created by Thanh Thinh | https://www.behance.net/gallery/143995245/Gols-Garden
 

You can see that this logo design takes a bit of vintage classic style and is packaged in a modern way. This vintage style can be seen from the arrangement of the typeface, the small logo at the top, and the writing of the year of business standing on the left and right. 

However, the modern touch can also be felt in the selection of writing styles that also represent the nature and adventurous branding of the business.

 

24. Poosh

Created by Nice People | https://www.behance.net/gallery/94846167/Poosh
 

Another posh-looking logo. With its classic writing style, the impression of elegance shines when you look at it. However, the design has a slight variation with the use of the O style typeface, which looks different from other filters, which are the center of the focus.

 

25. tenfen

Created by Cássio Podgaietsky | https://www.behance.net/gallery/143426603/tenfen-engenharia
 

This Tenfen typeface gives the impression of being sturdy, robotic, and something that you would see next to steel, wood, or other hard materials. This typeface gives a very professional look, a bit like futuristic feels, which is impressive.

 

26. Aksalu Consulting®

Created by Frank Wo | https://www.behance.net/gallery/100225291/Aksalu-Consulting
 

The appeal of this logo lies in its unique styling. If usually typography will only be arranged vertically, horizontally, curved, or linearly, this style of look is slightly different. 

This typeface is structured in a slightly circular style around the end, but in the beginning, the font drifts off from where it should be. The whole design gives a unique and creative look.

 

27. Rico Visual

Created by Renan Benvenuti | https://www.behance.net/gallery/132852365/Rico-Visual-Brand-Identity
 

The designer saw the right potential when creating this symbol design. By using a clean and simple look, he saw an opportunity to add variety to his letter. The letters c and o that are next to each other are finally modified with a shape like the infinity sign.

 

28. Kleenex

Created by Rob Clarke | https://www.behance.net/gallery/108433795/Kleenex
 

This Kleenex symbol may have seen you often around your house. The product is very famous, and this company has existed since World War 2. The typeface used with a flowy style like cursive writing is very interesting. The loops in the letters are consistent with a slight curve style in the typography to add variety.

 

29. INKI

Created by Anna Gordeychuk | https://www.behance.net/gallery/138385425/INKI
 

A very creative design. Using a style name that is organic and also quite abstract gives a neat ink-dripping look to the logo.

Catchy and unique are goals that the designer has achieved when creating symbols for this tattoo studio.

 

30. Baek

Created by Ambedo Agency | https://www.behance.net/gallery/136644781/Baek-sustainable-furniture-Brand-identity
 

Because the business holds the sustainability principle, the logo created must also be versatile and timeless. Suitable for use in various styles and sustains at any time. This slightly classic look was made with a twist by adding some detail to the variations in the letters.

A very interesting and welcoming look. The typeface radiates warmth as it suits well the branding style and color that the company chooses.

 

Final Words

A typographic logo is a very unique and attractive style of design. This logo style is very popular, and many are chosen because it is simple but can still provide the wow effect needed if designed properly.

Good typography will be able to provide a strong reflection on the principles and characteristics of a business or institution. It is very important when you create a logo; you use a design that can achieve this.

The right typeface also can radiate and send certain messages that you might want to convey to the public. For example, a style typeface can give you a calming and homey feel, or the other typeface can give you a professional, stern, and trustable look.

 

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