Pizza Logo Ideas:
This logo uses the Dosis ExtraBold font to convey a playful but confident brand. The winged pizza slice icon is fun and distinctive, but also great because it effectively ties the name to a memorable image. The striking red and black color combination works well on a variety of backgrounds.
This eye-catching design combines the thick proportions of the Paytone One typeface in red with a Pacman-inspired yellow pizza symbol. A logo like this is perfect for a store that caters to kids or even a NY slice shop where you know your customers will gobble down your hot and tasty creations.
This logo screams prize-winning pizza with its laurel wreaths and centered pizza icon that resembles an award. The authentic feel is created by the slightly stamped effect of the Averia Serif typeface, which is a great choice for a brand that wants a more traditional Roman theme.
The striking red and black color scheme and instantly recognizable pizza, knife, and fork symbolism make this the perfect design for all kinds of pizza shops. The Unlock typeface, with its rounded corners and vertical stresses, is a font choice that demands attention.
A simple but highly effective logo, this design uses the Dosis ExtraBold font in bright red to give your brand excellent standout appeal. The absence of an icon works here because of the capitalized letters and distinctive coloring that make this logo recognizable from other pizza brands.
The Chela One typeface and melting pizza slice symbol give this design a dynamic and fun feel. Hot flames in the background suggest that this business never serves cold slices or that they make their pizzas fresh in wood-fired ovens. Play around with the color to enhance this logo's impact.
This logo's slightly tilted Alegreya Sans SC font is great for a brand looking to stand out from other pizza shops. The orange color is an inviting element that hints at hot ovens and wood-fired pizzas. The absence of the icon creates a sleek, modern logo that stands out from the competition.
The icon of a red pizza with melting cheese dripping down does a great job at telling customers what kind of pizzas you serve. The thick, almost bulging, Luckiest Guy typeface is suggestive of a pizza bursting with flavor and cheese, making it an excellent choice for a pizza logo.
Attractive and bold, this logo uses DM Serif Text, a typeface known for its sharp and slightly classical characters, to create a logo with authority. The black text elegantly matches the focal point of the design, a large red pizza peel, which makes a recognizable and aesthetically pleasing icon.
This logo's yellow pizza icon and bold maroon Chela One typeface, with its thick and curvy lettering, convey a homely and welcoming feel. The heart-shaped pizza with one slice slightly removed suggests that these pizzas are made with love or that anyone who tries them will love them.
How do I design a pizza logo?
Look up the logos of the top pizza companies in the U.S. or your area. Use this as inspiration and try out colors like red and yellow. You can also play around with different typefaces such as Luckiest Guy and Paytone One to make your logo pop. Need some more inspiration? Check out our collection of pizza logos or try Zarla.
What are the elements of famous pizza logos?
Famous pizza logos use warm, inviting color tones and attach their brand to a distinctive symbol that is easy to remember. They also make sure their business name is visible in the design, highlighting the importance of balancing impact with information.
How can I get a pizza logo in vector format?
You can create a pizza logo and download it in .svg format with Zarla when you purchase our Premium package. Vector graphics are great because they can be resized with no resolution loss, making them perfect for printing on large banners, adverts, and posters.