Clay Logo Ideas:
Childlike wonder and self-expression is embodied in the icon of a small handprint in a mound of clay. It symbolizes the potential of creation, while the dominant black color conveys the professionalism in your teaching. The serifless Baloo Bhai 2 typeface is affable and suitable for a kids brand.
Simple geometric shapes make this logo easy to remember. It is legible on business cards and when scaled larger. This makes a good polymer clay logo and encourages adaptation. Brown and dark pink celebrate messiness and fun, while the Sniglet typeface gives the design a disarming personality.
The soft, pastel brown color palette mimics the color of mud, while the Noto Serif typeface has refined linework that belongs to the hands of a master sculptor. Clay molded into the shape of a heart and rising sun while being caressed by gentle hands expresses affection, care, and nurturing.
An antiques store would be served well with this logo of a handmade clay vase. It signifies an authentic antique brand, while the vibrant colors of green and pink break from the traditional, conservative aesthetic of antique stores. The bold lines of the Oswald typeface give authority to your brand.
The vibrant color of the PoetsenOne typeface makes the business name seem fun and lively, while its slanted design is expressive. The clash of soft-orange and sky blue evokes feelings of experimentation, playfulness, and creativity, and the hand icon makes it suitable for a children's clay class.
The clay pot in this icon has intentionally been left blank, symbolizing imagination, creativity, and the blank page of beginnings. It suits a clay-making class with teaching at its core. Brown mimics the natural color of clay and the artful and stylized El Messiri typeface is on-brand.
The eye-catching painted design creates an artistic first impression of your sculpting business. Blue and soft orange convey idealism and upliftment, and when paired with the icon, suits a creative clay-making company. The slanted Sriracha typeface embodies the motion of painting and sculpting.
Rows of black tape are the most salient element of this logo, creating an edgy air and resembling masking tape that is used to hold things together. It says, "we fix damaged clay goods." The Sen typeface combines weighty serifs with sharp lines that project both confidence and stylistic credibility.
Red and yellow communicate a passion for artistic creation and the fun of working with one's hands, while the Overpass typeface does well not to distract from the icon. The crown that sits atop a clay pot imbues it with status and prestige, while the hands that hold it express care and creation.
While most logos rely on a combination of typeface, icon, and color to create a compelling design, the Freckle Face typeface has a personality that shines all on its own. Its imprecise form resembles the clay designs of a child and projects artistry, inventiveness, and unreserved self-expression.
What makes a great clay logo?
A great clay logo will communicate a unique business identity using typefaces, colors, and icons that inspire playfulness, inventiveness, and professionalism.
How do I make a clay logo?
- Think about your business niche, be it an educational service, recreational center, retailer, or other.
- Think of symbols that represent your company's offerings, or words that associate with the qualities of artistry, creative expression, and relaxation.
- Use a logo maker to come up with some clay company logo ideas.
- Use feedback from family and friends to narrow your final selection.
- Pick your best clay logo design and tweak it until you're happy.
- Download the best logo.