Creepy Logo Ideas:
A long-fingered hand reaching out to pluck people from their home is a great logo for a haunted house. Black has evil connotations, while white balances the design. The Special Elite typeface — resembling old typewriter letters — conjures images of someone writing a horror story on an old Remington.
A skull with headphones or an eerie, eyeless monkey is a good choice for an edgy brand aimed at a young market. The thick letterforms of the Skranji typeface match the broad outline of the logo. Black and white is a timeless option for a ghostly brand, while the pop of dark orange acts as a warning.
This logo distorts the wholesome image of mama bear giving baby bear a hug — here she's got him locked in a deadly embrace. Black and white create a striking contrast and lends a supernatural air to the baby bear with its frozen, joyless smile. The Pirata One's gothic undertones add some class.
With its sharp teeth and beady eyes, this bright green ectoplasm is pure nightmare fuel. The neon green color pops against the black, creating a haunting logo with fun glow-in-the-dark branding opportunities. With its classic serifs, the Special Elite typeface lends credibility to the design.
A flaming cracked skull is a fierce icon for a leather brand aimed at bikers. The Ghost Rider reference is subdued by the dark blue color, which lends coolness and stability to the design. The pointed letters of the Josefin Sans typeface are crisp and clear, giving the logo a modern look.
What's more disturbing: a cat's head dripping with blood, or a smiling cat's head dripping with blood? Red carries connotations of danger and defiance that suit any brand with a rebellious edge. The strong calligraphic letters of the Pirata One typeface make an impression that's hard to forget.
A house with hearts wafting from the chimney appears harmless, but the deep brown shade and bold handprint give it a frightening air. With its Wild West influences, the Rye typeface adds nostalgia. The brown color gives the icon a heaviness, while the handprint feels like a silent cry for help.
Straddling the line between creepy and cute isn't easy, but this logo achieves that. The red mascot stretching out ghostly slime exudes an air of eerie friendliness. The strokes of the Finger Paint typeface are effortless and innocent, while the color palette heightens feelings of fear and danger.
This glowing green skull carries connotations of danger and toxicity, while the dripping style makes it look like the icon is oozing. The long, narrow letterforms of the Pirata One typeface pair well with the dripping design style. Great for a trendy slime brand or a company with a punk theme.
The only thing worse than a ghost is half a ghost. This icon is missing part of its head, as well as its eyes and mouth, creating a destabilizing effect compounded by the brown shade that hints at sadness or isolation. The uneven letterforms of the Chela One typeface match the disproportionate icon.
Ever been home alone and heard a scratching noise in the house? This logo evokes memories of those nights when everything creaks. Red and black is a classic pairing that evokes feelings of danger and fear, while the Averia Libre typeface, with its slightly blurred appearance, creates instability.
With its orange and black colors, this scary logo has a distinct Halloween vibe. The icon — a devilish jack-o'-lantern — has sharp angles that work well with the orange shade to create an ominous feeling. The lovely ornamental look of the Rye typeface tempers the icon's harsh lines.
This cute guy sneaks up on us with his creepiness. The round shape and wavy feet project friendly ghost vibes, but the bright red color and mouthless design tell us something's off here. Red may conjure images of blood and evokes feelings of danger, while the Nosifer typeface appears to be melting.
The moon and stars, heavenly bodies considered bright and beautiful, take a perverse form in this logo. A sickly green shade and thick droplets suspended from the icon give it the appearance of being covered in gunk. The bold curves of the Sancreek typeface uses its elegance to elevate the design.
Red and black mountains in front of a blood moon create a great icon for an edgy brand. Red contrasts well with black, making the peaks look bathed in blood, and this feeling of unease is heightened by the mystical red moon. The Nosifer typeface appears to be wet — perhaps dripping with tears?
A flaming red skull missing its lower jaw is a strange but unique choice for a creepy brand. The Noto Serif typeface, with its traditional look, lends credibility to your logo. The warm red splatter is reminiscent of a gory scene — an excellent choice for a costume store or Halloween shop.
Warm shades of red and brown combined with this spiky icon, resembling a tool that will slice and dice anything in its path, creates a unique logo for an edgy designer brand. The bold lines and crisp, tapered terminals of the New Rocker typeface give this logo contemporary appeal.
This logo uses a heart and a teddy to create an unsettling image that will haunt your dreams. The dead eyes of the bear's disconnected face stare out of a heart that's leaking deep brown fluid — rolling cute, creepy, and rotten into one. The Special Elite typeface adds a professional, vintage touch.
Two little girls in dresses is a frightening reference to the the Grady Twins from The Shining. The empty, pinpoint eyes and absence of a mouth give the logo a disturbing air, while the brown color adds an element of sorrow. The Libre Baskerville typeface is a modern classic with its short serifs.
This ladybug could easily be a toddler's slot toy, but the black color scheme and double-sided arrow that splits the creature in two gives it deadly undertones. The black color scheme adds a heaviness to the design which is further compounded by the Nosifer typeface's broad, all-caps letterforms.
How do I make a creepy logo?
- Think about your offerings: will you be selling creepy products or are you simply creating a brand with a creepy aesthetic?
- Make a list of all the colors, typefaces, and icons you could use in your creepy logo.
- Use a logo maker to play around with logo options.
- Choose the top five logo designs and get feedback from friends and family.
- Choose the best logo and download it.
What are the best images to use for creepy logos?
- Hands with long fingernails.
- Abandoned houses.
- Faces with empty eye sockets.
- Faces with beady eyes.
- Dying trees.
- Devil horns.
- Blood splatters.
- Creepy twins.
Where can I find ideas for creepy logos?
Where can I find a free creepy logo maker?
You can use Zarla to create hundreds of free creepy logos. Visit the home page to get started.