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A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

The sharp rays in this icon seem to be emanating from behind the blank center to form the image of a diamond in the negative space. This creates a sense of intrigue and mystery. The turquoise hints at exotic gems, while the brown grounds the design. The Arbutus Slab typeface adds luxury to the logo.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

The corner frames in this logo resemble the guides seen in cameras, and the empty space that they frame begs for a subject, suggesting versatility. The gold design is modern and intriguing, balanced by the dark Viga typeface with its smooth and contemporary linework that evokes a sense of quality.

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The layered gable icon creates a sense of movement and the ascending, dynamic shades of blue convey sophistication. The small addition of the chimney in the negative space gives this icon specificity and life. The darker Saira Condensed typeface helps to ground the movement of the icon.

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This is a highly alluring use of negative space. The intersecting vases create voids where they overlap, adding complexity and dimension to the design. The elegant white characters of the Yeseva One typeface are prominent against the black background and the yellow accents add energy to the design.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

The negative space formed by the bottom two leaves of the cannabis frond create a sharp triangular gable. The image of a house is conjured by the four squares that resemble window panes, creating an inviting, homely feel. The blue Antonio typeface is neat and pairs well with the green icon.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

The two floral elements in this icon are separated by a facial profile in the negative space, creating a subtle but impactful impression. These elements make this logo ideal for a face wash or cosmetics brand. The soft pink color is contrasted by the energetic black lines of the Monoton typeface.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

Negative space cleverly conspires to create two protruding electrical cables that bring this nondescript mustard-yellow icon to life. This gives the logo an identity that would suit a range of electrical businesses. The flowing icon is complemented by the smooth characters of the Viga typeface.

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This is an ingenious way of using negative space to form a new object. The classic framing hands form a camera, with the lens and viewfinder solidifying the image. This design has lots of breathing room, and the cool blue linework in the icon is contrasted by the flowing Cookie typeface.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

Negative space is used in this design to infer a silhouette. This effect is enhanced by the contrast between the black negative space, which adds mystery, and the bright pink icon, forming a racy image. The curvy Lily Script One typeface adds playfulness to the design and pops against the black.

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The hands on the vase that seem to emerge from the background, suggest handmade products and quality craftsmanship. The mustard icon adds energy to the design, which is tempered by the ivory background for a sophisticated appearance. The Vesper Libre typeface adds weight to the light design.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

This circular icon is divided by smooth, flowing lines that strongly suggest body contours. This is reinforced by the dotted line that creates an abstract impression of a spine and draws the eye down to the elegant El Messiri typeface. The ocean indigo color palette creates a sense of serenity.

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The classic image of a Spartan helmet is enhanced by the flexing arms hidden in the negative space of the armor. This conveys notions of strength and power, which are mirrored by the simple black-on-white color choice. The thick Alfa Slab One typeface reinforces the boldness of the design.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

The space around the icon allows the dots to represent stars and creates a sense of weightlessness. Negative space is also used to form the bite marks, which add playfulness. The warm color palette hints at flavor and quality, while the weathered Averia Serif Libre typeface grounds the design.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

This is another great example of how negative space elements can create meaning. In this case, the two-handed embrace contribute a personable feel to the grocery bag. The teal color adds calmness and professionalism to the design, which is reinforced by the clear linework of the Poppins typeface.

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The empty space within the large blue bear is cleverly transformed into a smaller bear being cuddled. This conveys feelings of love, safety, and comfort. The simple blue color choice is modern and inviting, and the Maven Pro typeface pairs perfectly with the linework of the icon.

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The piano keys in this icon seem to spill into the profile silhouette from the negative space, creating a dynamic and intriguing symbol for a range of music businesses. The purple color adds a sense of quality to the design, which is complemented by the textured Special Elite Regular font.

A negative space logo for a business called Null & Void. Edit

From afar, this icon may look like an abstract paint stroke, but on closer inspection, a sculpted facial profile is created by the negative space, making this a great image for a hairdresser. The simple color palette is modern and complemented by the elegance of the Cormorant Unicase typeface.

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The negative space in this paw icon reveals the tools of an expert pet groomer, cleverly capturing the nature of this business with matching design elements. The light blue icon contrasts nicely with the pink Cardo Bold font, which adds a level of sophistication and professionalism to the design.

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By adding a negative space fork, the fish icon takes on new meaning and clearly positions this business as a seafood eatery. The ocean pine green color palette reflects the freshness of the products, while the textured and irregular Skranji typeface adds a playful charm to the design.

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The hand-in-hand image formed by negative space evokes a sense of security and love, making it ideal for a daycare or children's school. The color choice balances warm and cool tones to create a bold and dynamic impression, while the fluid lettering of the Pacifico typeface adds refinement.

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FAQs:

Negative space logos are branding designs that use the empty space that surrounds an object, or multiple objects, to create a completely new image or form. It is a clever technique that can be used to add dimensionality to a logo without the addition of more graphical elements.

  1. Start by gathering reference images of elements that you would like to use in your logo.
  2. Lay out the images and look for ways to combine the elements with one another.
  3. Create cut-outs of your elements to get a better idea of how they will work together.
  4. Enlist the help of a graphic designer to bring your ideas to life, or try using a logo generator.

Is there a negative space logo generator?

Yes, Zarla is a powerful AI-driven logo generator that can create hundreds of negative space designs in a few simple clicks.

Where can I download negative space logos for free?

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

Where can I find some examples of positive and negative space logos?

We've created a collection of negative space logos using Zarla. These designs use the properties of blank spaces that surround logo icons to create other recognizable forms. If you see a design that you like, simply click on the logo and experiment with different colors, fonts, and icons to create the perfect design for your business.

What are some of the best negative space logos?

One of the best examples of a negative space logo is FedEx, which subtly forms an arrow between the "E" and the "X" of their logo. NBC's rainbow logo forms the body of the peacock through negative space, and the Toblerone logo has a hidden bear in the negative space of the icon.

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