Are you looking for logo ideas? Check out my October 2019 logo ideas roundup and find inspiration for your next design project.
1. chat cat by logorilla
Logorilla creatively used negative space to design this logo, where the cat’s tail forms a speech balloon, and the lower part of the element makes a cat’s head more visible.
With both shapes combined, logorilla truly created an outstanding result, and I must say this is one of my favorite logo designs in October of 2019.
2. Efficient Pastor by Peter Voth
A great example of design from Peter Voth, where he used a realistic approach to create this logo for Efficient Pastor. The use of a light background and dark rays makes the feeling of radiation more prominent.
I was wondering what happens with the thin ray lines if you use a logo for the smaller purpose, for example, a stamp. Peter solved this problem with a rounded variation of a logo where he made a close up of a person holding the lantern.
3. Horse&Dog by Burak Bal
Burak Bal combined two animals: horse and dog, with the help of the negative space into one solid logotype. The negative space is refined with the use of shadows, which give the logo extra deepness and alters the logo from a flat looking one into a three-dimensional.
4. Ziptility by Adolfo Teixeira
There is nothing to add to Adolfo’s words on his Ziptility logo design: “What I love about this logo is the balance between the rigidness of the shield and the fluidity of the Z – almost like water.
This concept was created because the client really wants to pass the message that the company will keep you safe (shield) against the problems that water and wastewater utilities can cause on infrastructures.”
You can also check out ratios that Adolfo Teixeira used for the Ziptility logo design.
5. figura by Ross Bruggink
Some brands don’t need a symbol for a logo, but nicely designed typeface says it all, and if you’ve ever tried to make a logotype with custom made letters, you know how much time and effort it takes to create one.
Figura logotype, designed by Ross Bruggink, is an excellent illustration of that. With a letter design, he achieved to create a logo that looks modern and medieval at the same time.
Ross took this logo to the next level, and he connected the letters f + i which form a ligature.
6. Doctor Skills logo and branding concept by Dmitry Lepisov
Doctor Skills is a brilliant case of how you can combine different elements into one logotype. This logo combines initials DS, bold, and waves enriched with blue gradients, which symbolize the electronic music genre.
Logo ratios are essential when you’re creating a logo, and you can examine them in the presentation Dmitry Lepisov included.
7. Room 205 Ramen by Jay Master
Do you like ramen? Then you’ll probably like this logo as well. Jay Masters combined his designer powers with Simon Walker, who created this stunningly looking typeface that perfectly fits the symbol part of the logo, and takes care of the overall Asian vibes.
The logo is like ramen, it’s simple, but at the same time, there’s a lot of going on.
8. Silver Back by MUTI
This hand-drawn looking design style with uneven lines created by MUTI suits flawlessly Silver Back beer company, which is a craft beer company where a lot of passion and manual work is invested in creating a perfect pint of beer.
Wheat and hops elements visually translate the massage of the ingredients found in Silver Back beer. I would really like to see how the whole concept looks on an actual beer bottle.
9. Coffee Cat Logo Combination by Garagephic Studio
Cats are pretty sneaky by their nature, so it’s no surprise that another cat logo found the way to get on this list. Garagephic Studio did a great job of uniting two shapes together – a cat and a coffee bean.
The silhouette of cats back sitting down and the form of a coffee bean is a match made in haven. You can even see how perfectly the cat’s tail creates a middle crack of a coffee bean.
10. ClockDo Logo by David Kovalev
David Kovalev did an outstanding job creating a logo for ClockDo, which is a time-tracking app. The logo combines two elements clock and checkmark, which fit together naturally. Besides that, David molded the shape of the clock into the letter C.
Round shapes and use of vivid colors take care of making the ClockDo logo more friendlier, and it communicates that the app is effortless to use.
These are my top 10 logo ideas, which were designed in October 2019. I hope you like it and be sure to come back and check out the next logo inspiration round, which will be next month.