Are you looking for new logo ideas? Check out my favorite November 2019 logo designs and find the perfect inspiration for your next design project.
1. Noordrlicht by simc
This example is the second proposal for the Noordlicht created by simc. Noordrlicht is a Dutch word and means northern lights.
Noordrlicht has a great name because it is the company that deals with individuals who were in prison, or on drugs, or have some similar kind of problems, so the brand guides them like a light to the more brighter future.
Simc summed all the brand values into one prominent symbol – visible lines that northern lights make in nature. The symbolism of natural phenomena fits flawlessly with the N stroke.
Choice of the serif font gives the appearance of trustworthiness and stability which individuals mentioned above need in their life. With the use of the gradient effect for northern lights, he softened the look of the serif font.
I really dig this logo because it encapsulates the brand values, the visual effect of northern lights, and letter N.
2. horseracer by graphitepoint
I’m a big fan of logos that are created with the help of the negative space, and graphitepoint made a perfect example of that. I’m wowed how beautifully the shape of horse rider and horse compliments each other.
If the horse wasn’t galloping and would be standing still, the whole figure of horse racer would be almost invisible. But because the horse is moving, his crest beautifully forms the spine of a rider and makes him visible.
3. Jah Lion by Joe White
Joe White used engraving style for creating Jah Lion. Engraving style and the golden color pallet enhances the lion’s symbolism of power.
The engraving style is visually perceived as “strong,” but circular shapes of a lion, crown, scepter, and inscription around the symbol softens the whole look of the logo.
Joe took care of the smallest details and placed the words on the lion’s scepter as well. I really love the look of the engraving shadows, which are created differently than the rest of the carvings across the lion.
4. Fanhood Visual Identity by Amy Hood
Fanhood Visual Identity by Amy Hood is a brilliant example of how you can use the 90’s design style, which is getting trendier in design these days.
Besides that, she added a bit of a modern twist to it and made it contemporary looking.
If you’re interested in the story behind the logo design, check out what Amy said about it: “The icon is a nod to the idea of many fans coming together, united under the common banner of their team.”
5. Charlies Bagels by Jay Master
Merging different shapes, elements, and objects is an excellent recipe for successful logo design, and in this case, Jay Master masterfully combined three forms: flower, bagel, and the letter C, which was creatively designed from a bite.
Jay didn’t put all the writing of Charlies and Bagel Garden into one color, but the Charlies typography matches the color of the flower, and Bagel Garden matches the color of the bagel symbol.
The choice of font thickness visually gives you the feeling of comfort, which, on the other hand, wouldn’t be conveyed with the use of thinner fonts.
6. CashBack by Kakha Kakhadzen
Talking about combining shapes, the CashBack logo is another superb logo that combines two different elements the letter C and back arrow.
Kakha took the CashBack symbol to the next level by adding the shadows to the C shape, which create the third dimension and makes it look like the letter is circulating.
Because it’s a logo designed for a cashback company, the C letter, which looks like a ribbon, could be interpreted as the folded banknote. The only doubt I have is the choice of the color pallet. I would change it to green because it is usually associated with money.
7. voom branding by Eddie Lobanovskiy
Let’s take a closer look at Eddie’s logo creation strategy. We can see how he merged letter V, medical cross, and motion into one symbol.
Besides letting us know how he came to the result in his presentation, you can also explore the color pallet, construction and horizontal spacing added to the logo.
One of the logo’s elements is motion, which starts in the letter V, where the first line is straight, and the second part follows the diagonal line. But the movement doesn’t stop there but you can see it the double O as well, which are put together and form an infinity symbol.
8. Ice-Cream by Alex Spenser
In this example, you can see how product shape can serve you as a logo inspiration. Alex took the form of the ice cream and made a logo out of it.
Besides that, he took a step further and created custom letters for logo inscription as well. The whole logo gives the impression that the typography is melting like the real ice cream. The logo is complemented with a sans-serif font for better readability.
If you explore step Alexe’s presentation further, you can see how he used the element of a letter I & C and put it on the ice cream packing background.
9. Rantic by Jacek Janiczak
When you’re creating a logotype, it is great if you take into the consideration use of different ratios, and build the whole logo based on them. You can take a look at the Rantic logotype and how Jackek designed the end logo with various circles that coexist in different ratios.
Logo placed on the blue background looks absolutely stunning. It’s been quite some time that I’ve seen someone creatively using a long shadow effect, as Jacek did. If he took another path and just added a bit of shadow, the result wouldn’t be as prominent as it is in this case.
10. Hedo – Headphone Brand Logo Design by Md Rasel
Md Rasel took the inspiration from the shape of the headphones and created a logotype symbol out of it. Like some examples on this list, he touched it up with the use of shadows, which give the logo some depth.
The line that separates the headphones to the left and right creates a shape where I could say some form of the letter h can be visible.
Not only that, the actual color of the headphones was used for the primary logo color, but vibrant colors are a perfect choice when you’re creating a logo for tech brands.
Final Words: Logo Ideas November 2019
These are my top 10 logo ideas. All of the mentioned logos were created in November 2019. I hope you find them useful, and you can use some of the elements of style in your next project.
Don’t forget to come back and to check out what great logotypes were created in the last month of the year, and you can also explore some different logo ideas of the previous months HERE.