Grungy Logo Ideas:

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A grungy logo for a business called Black Hole. Edit

A lot of grunge is about simplicity, and so this logo, with text against a solid color, strikes the perfect note. The rich Venetian red backdrop is edgy and moody and it grabs attention. The Special Elite typeface, despite its name, has a counterculture vibe to it, giving the logo a punk quality.

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A bluesy charm permeates this beautifully detailed logo mainly because of the dark cerulean blue color choice. The bohemian design touches on aspects of grunge culture and imparts a sense of relaxation. Adding a vintage touch, the Goudy Bookletter 1911 typeface evokes ideas of poetry about rain.

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The peppers, knife, and fork place the brand in the food industry, and the guitar suggests live music and love for good tunes. The circle denotes inclusivity, while the contrasting black, white, and gray creates a compelling aesthetic. The Overpass typeface looks cool against the dark backdrop.

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The unusual color palette, bold simplicity, and distinctive Cardo typeface make this a striking and compelling logo. It could pass for an album cover. The brown bramble tone contrasts pleasingly with the celery green, and together the colors conjure the mud and grass of festivals.

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Red is the color of action, urgency, and passion, all of which resonate with grunge culture. The black backdrop not only boosts the impact of the text but also represents sadness and anger. These colors and the irreverent tattoo-style Ribeye typeface together exude the grungiest of attitudes.

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With its gloomy atomic gray and sharp lightning bolt, this logo conjures the image of a stormy sky, evoking complicated emotions and longing. The simplistic design makes the logo adaptable and will look great against a light background, while the Cinzel typeface adds a touch of old-world charm.

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The lion's mane resembles the hairstyle of countless grunge singers, and the serious look in its eye represents a commitment to shaking things up. The red signifies inner strength, the black, determination, and the white stands for pure intentions. The Averia Libre typeface has a radical quality.

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The right name in the right typeface is the stuff legendary wordmarks are made of — think Metallica. Whatever the name of your business, the darkly humorous and youthful edginess of the Freckle Face typeface will help it to stand out. People will gravitate to it as they would a Pearl Jam show.

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Depicting levels on a sound desk, the icon will speak to music lovers. The combination of straight lines, sharp edges, and organic curves creates an appealing visual and conveys a natural coolness. The black backdrop bolsters the white and red, and the Heebo typeface makes a bold statement.

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While some logos hum in a crowded room, this one howls, hanging from stage scaffolding high above a festival crowd. Grunge as an old shirt, the Finger Paint typeface looks fierce and rambunctious in jazzberry jam purple. The minimalist design makes this an easy one to chuck up anywhere.

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Is the pig headbanging, or is it on fire? Is there a difference? This logo is fun, daring, and bold. The gamboge flame, or hair, stands out against the black background, and represents energy and freedom. The pig is a compelling mascot, and the unique Elsie Swash Caps typeface twirls like smoke.

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The hypnotic organic spiral represents introspection and tribalism, two things that fit the grunge ethos. The sandy brown icon and pohutukawa Rubik Medium typeface are a fresh and unusual combination, drawing the eye. This logo can be adapted for different purposes because of its simplicity.

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A bit more subdued and refined, this logo is ideal for a music label. The exaggerated letterforms of the Ranchers typeface stand out and convey a commitment to originality. The inverted colors of the piano keys in the icon represent irreverent creativity, and the yellow pops against the black.

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For a brand wanting to dig deeper with symbolism, this design is perfect. A drop of blood is on fire against a full moon; that's pretty grungy. The icon alone would make a great button for a jacket. The sober letterforms of the DM Serif Text typeface ground the logo in restrained rationalism.

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The stencil-cut, D.I.Y-feel of the Slackey typeface captures the design aesthetic of grunge. The icon's imagery is open for interpretation, but the hand framed by an organic shape with curves could be said to represent loyalty to nature. The persimmon backdrop veers away from grunge clichés.

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While grunge is not all darkness, it is one of its characteristics and is conveyed in the icon's black tree. The fine leafy details and the thin green strokes of the Poppins typeface offset the gloom, though. A logo this good should be everywhere and will look great against lighter backgrounds.

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This logo's super minimalism will resonate with many lovers of grunge culture. Whether it represents the sun, moon, or a deep hole, using a single jazzberry jam circle for a logo takes serious grungy gumption. The Anton typeface in seal brown is unassuming and practical yet bold and unique.

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No collection of grungy logos would be complete without a sign of the horns. This logo is simple and awesome. The black circle represents the night sky and in framing the hand creates a button icon. The star and spark details are a perfect touch, and the Odibee Sans typeface just rocks.

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Another stencil-style option, this logo is ideal for a clothing brand or grunge band. The imperfect circular shape of the icon adds an organic quality to the logo and conveys inclusivity. The leafless tree represents truth without any distracting frills, and the Asap typeface has a fresh appeal.

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Reminiscent of Asian action film posters, this logo stands out. The cerise, lavender blush, and sapphire color palette is not a grungy one but grabs attention. The fist is a great touch that conveys irreverence. The urban poster-inspired Montserrat typeface suits the tone perfectly.

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FAQs:

Where can I get custom grungy logos?

You can create, edit, and download free grungy logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of our examples, or by going to our home page.

What makes a logo grungy?

A logo is grungy if it uses typefaces, colors, imagery, and design aesthetics that resonate with people who are into the grunge culture. See if any of our grungy logo designs rock a chord with you.

Is there a grungy logo maker?

Yes, Zarla is a powerful, AI-driven logo maker that can generate hundreds of grungy logos with just a few clicks. These logos can be customized and downloaded for free.

How can I come up with a grungy logo design?

  1. Consider the nature of your business and who your target market is.
  2. Be inspired by the grungy logos of existing companies and competing brands.
  3. Do some research to find symbols and imagery that will resonate with people who are into grunge.
  4. Use a logo maker to generate unique design options.
  5. Refine your logo until you've crafted the perfect grungy image for your business.

Where can I find examples of grungy logos?

We've created a collection of grungy logos using Zarla. If you see a design that you like, simply click on "Edit" and you can change the colors, icons, and fonts to your liking.

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