Asymmetrical Logo Ideas:
This logo uses asymmetry to capture attention and add complexity to the brand. By cutting the circle icon in half and shifting the right side down, this design effectively pulls your gaze towards the brand name. The Vesper Libre typeface rounds off the effect by lending simplicity and style.
Bold and professional, this design's extra-large icon is the focal point of the design. The asymmetrical arrow indicates that your brand is forward-thinking and defined by its ability to keep momentum in the face of hardship. The Montserrat Bold font, in white, is strong, confident, and elegant.
This green design is a captivating combination of bold lines and contoured edges. The icon is reminiscent of a timer or a dartboard and invokes ideas of precision, professionalism, and proficiency. The use of dots moves your eye down toward the business name, which appears in a neat Inter typeface.
Thin lines and dynamic design give this all-gray logo a refined, energetic appearance. The Antonio typeface matches the icon's graceful demeanor, adding confidence with its long, slightly compacted structure. The asymmetry of the symbol adds depth by enhancing the moving car imagery in the logo.
Using a rich green icon and gray text, this logo's asymmetry adds dynamism and continuity to the design. The icon is strong and confident but doesn't feel imposing. The Alfa Slab One typeface has a slightly stamped look, which tempers the energetic imagery above.
Along with a bold color scheme of red, black, and white, this design uses an asymmetrical icon of two hibiscus flowers to add authenticity to the brand. The idea of growth is enhanced by the differently sized budding flowers, while the Vesper Libre typeface brings classical elegance and style.
A combination of sharp and rounded edges, this design uses asymmetry to communicate movement and forward-leaning business practices. The well-designed contrast of maroon and gray isn't as audacious as red and black but still communicates energy and professionalism for this brand.
This logo's icon of a rhino is determined and confident. The asymmetrical look of the shield and animal imagery do a great job of moving the eyes across the design and naturally towards the brand name. A dark blue Baloo typeface matches this with its rounded character and spurless finishes.
This 3D design is thought-provoking and unique. The icon could be referring to out-of-the-box thinking or your business's structured approach to problem-solving. Light green is a calm and inviting color, which further enhances the Rubik typeface known for its rounded corners and classical roots.
This cartoon-inspired dark blue design combines a question mark, pencil, and rising sun to create an asymmetrical logo that is attractive and memorable. The thick, square proportions of the Viga Regular font match the theme of the design and bring a sense of calm and order to the logo.
While symmetry is key to this design's attractiveness, the selective use of color adds asymmetry to this logo. Desire-inducing colors, red and blue, together with the geometric Rubik typeface work well to grab attention. The clean white background gives the design a unique and stylish appeal.
Red, black, and white are great colors to pair because they contrast so well together. This logo's leaning icon gives you the impression that this business is angled forward and ready for anything. The white Sen typeface brings a friendly but sensible look to this dashing design.
This logo's geometric icons are the highlight of this design. They have a circling quality to them which causes the viewer to be drawn in by the design. The consistent use of dark blue embodies the ideas of reliability and professionalism, which are further enhanced by the Vesper Libre typeface.
This diamond-shaped icon immediately brings to mind ideas of wealth, luxury, and excellence. The abstract style of the purple icon is edgy and modern, drawing attention down toward the business name below. The Viga Regular font, with its smooth, clean style, rounds off the design.
A combination of light and dark, this logo is simple but highly memorable. The energetic golden yellow color is enhanced by the large faucet, waterdrop, and house icon, which immediately communicates this business's specialty to consumers. The Dosis typeface adds clout to the cool design.
The symbol of a large and little bird sitting side by side is a great representation of nurturement and growth. This warm theme is contrasted by a cool color palette which consists of light green, aqua blue, and brown-gray. The Lato typeface is a graceful and measured addition here.
Purple and blue are usually associated with intelligence, wealth, and skill. This logo combines these qualities with an asymmetrical icon that is interesting and modern. A fresh Viga Regular font adds to the edginess of the design, while the varying transparent and solid tones are thought-provoking.
Perfect for a hunting business, this design uses asymmetry to give this gray icon a natural feeling. It's almost like you're looking through the scope of a rifle, highlighting your specialty in hunting-related services. The light green Montserrat typeface adds a natural element to the design.
This logo's abstract folded appearance could be seen as your business turning the page on the old ways of doing business. The emotive shades of fuchsia, pink, and orange have been paired with a light-green Inter typeface that has strong, clear lines and a neat appearance.
A passionate color scheme and elegant symbol make this logo truly unique. The gentle lines of the butterfly icon are balanced with a bold, clear Montserrat typeface. The asymmetrical layout gives this design refreshing complexity, while the shades of yellow work to temper the vibrant colors.
What should I think about when choosing an asymmetrical logo?
- Logos don't have to be symmetrical to be great or memorable.
- Some of the most widely known brands in the world have asymmetrical logos.
- The reason why some people don't like using asymmetrical designs for their business is that consumers are naturally drawn to designs that are equal in length and proportion.
- If your logo is good, sometimes having an asymmetrical design will work in your business's favor.
What does it mean if a design is asymmetrical?
Asymmetry in design means that parts of an image are unequal in length, size, color, or proportion. A good way of knowing if something is symmetrical or asymmetrical is by folding the image in half. If one half of the design looks the same, then the image is symmetrical. If it looks different from the other side, then it's asymmetrical.
What are some famous asymmetrical logos?
How do I create an asymmetrical logo for my business?
- Write down some key points about your business and your business values.
- Think of symbols that will represent your company's unique offerings, keeping your key points in mind.
- Use a logo generator to come up with a few ideas for your asymmetrical logo.
- Pick your favorite 10 ideas and tweak them until you're happy.
- Show your family and friends and ask them what they think.
- Use their feedback to narrow your choice down to a couple of logos.
- Make a final decision on which logo to use for your business.
Where can I download free asymmetrical logos?
You can create, edit, and download free asymmetrical logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.