G Logo Ideas:
The strong chin of the Bungee typeface is the first thing we notice about this logo. It gives the design a heaviness that is synonymous with power and authority, making it ideal for a company with ambitions of being a leader. The neutral gray color has a solemn tone that suits a serious brand.
A "G" in the Pacifico typeface seems to split into two "Gs" near the bottom, indicating a duality or balance of some sort. The first "G" is bold and capitalized, while the second "G" is elegant and refined in lower case. The black and white color combination conveys professionalism and seriousness.
If a logo creates the effect of wanting to hug a business, you know you've got a winner. The comically thick strokes of the Luckiest Guy typeface has humorous appeal while being friendly and approachable. Blue elicits feelings of trust and reliability, creating strong bonds with viewers.
The Cardo typeface features sleek, sultry lines that suit the pages of a fashion magazine or luxury brand. Its sharp serifs give it order and purpose, and the soft color pairing of blue and pink communicate trust and professionalism, as well as fun and playfulness. It matches the chic aesthetic.
Green can brand a company as environmentally conscious or as one with sustainability at its foundation. It also conveys feelings of freshness and vitality, suiting a health or wellness brand. The Lusitana typeface is both rounded and angular, conveying friendliness and confidence.
The Ribeye typeface features a combination of thick and thin strokes that are unpredictable, untamed, and brimming with comedic appeal. Its haphazard nature lends itself to humor and laughter, suiting a brand with a fun and vibrant identity. In black, it offers a dose of seriousness.
Red evokes feelings of intensity, passion, and love, making this an ideal logo for a brand with romance at its core. It contrasts nicely with a white background, while the Rubik typeface is well-measured and maintains a consistent stroke width, conveying order and balance.
Yellow is used by advertisers to communicate vibrancy, positivity, and happiness. It elicits positive feelings in customers, who associate those qualities with your brand. The Ubuntu typeface has thick strokes that make it bold and authoritative, and its lack of serifs make it seem like a prototype.
Black and red is a color combination that is eye-catching and attractive. Red communicates passion, desire, and romance, and these feelings are amplified against a black background, which evokes class and sophistication. The Sacramento typeface has elegant swirls and loops that entice the viewer.
The Dosis typeface, with its bold lines and lack of serifs, conveys confidence and authority, as well as friendliness and warmth. The soft, golden color of this letter belongs to a luxury brand that is associated with glamour and prestige. Gold pairs well with a white or black background.
What are "G" logos?
"G" logos feature at least one "G" — the initial(s) of a company whose business name begins with the same letter. Examples include Google and Gucci. The "G" acts as a brand identifier and can be stylized and used in various typefaces and sizes to differentiate it from competing "G" logos or to elicit a unique emotional response in viewers.
How do I create a "G" logo?
- Write down some key points about your business and its values.
- Think of symbols that represent your company's unique offerings and try to fashion them into the shape of the letter "G." Check out the Gall & Gall logo for an example.
- Use a logo maker to come up with a few ideas for your "G" logo.
- Pick your favorite 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 final selection.
- Pick your favorite logo and download it.
Where can I find a "G" logo in the color green?
Where can I find "G" logo design inspiration?
- Research some existing companies with "G" logos and consider their approach. You need not limit yourself to companies with the letter "G," since any single letter logo might contain a nugget of inspiration.
- Read about letter logos and how best to make a logo from your business initials.
- Use Zarla to come up with creative, customizable ideas for your "G" logo.
What are some famous "G" logos?
- Green Bay Packers.
- Gall & Gall.