Political Logo Ideas:



Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

Tall city buildings project economic strength, and the rays of light evoke a sense of hope for a brighter future. This makes it an ideal logo for a city or state election campaign. The green and blue color pairing is friendly and inviting, and the Overpass typeface is authoritative.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

The archer is confident and aiming for a target that is out of frame, creating an image of ambition, determination, and skill — qualities you'd want to associate with a political organization. Blue evokes feelings of loyalty and trust, and the Noto Serif typeface is dynamic and clear.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

Running for mayor? If so, the icon of a city skyline might be the perfect choice for your political logo. The pulse image hints at a reviving and restoration of good health, and the color purple projects intelligence. The business name in the Biryani typeface is friendly and approachable.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

Not every logo can hold the stage without any supporting icons or colors, but the Bungee typeface revels in the spotlight. Its bold strokes project authority, yet its rounded corners are disarming and approachable. The orange color grabs the attention and makes positive associations with viewers.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

The light bulb is a great metaphor for new ideas, making it a great choice for a political movement founded on the premise of change. The swoosh and star evoke excellence and dynamism, and the blue, red, and white colors loosely resemble the U.S. flag. The Source Code Pro typeface is neat and bold.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

The hardhat and gear icons are reminiscent of the hammer and sickle of communist party logos and communicate collective action among the working class. The dominance of the color red is consistent with this theme, and the business name is salient and proud in the black Source Code Pro typeface.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

A spanner suggests labor and hard work, and the stars convey success, making this a great visual metaphor for the phrase "hard work leads to success." This is a great logo for a political campaign. The black and yellow combination hints at excellence, and the Anton typeface is bold and proud.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

The donkey is the symbol of the Democratic Party, and so is the color dark violet, which makes this an ideal logo for a left-leaning political campaign. The colors convey trust and reliability, branding yourself as the candidate people can depend on, while the Quantico typeface is attractive.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

The abstract shape in this logo can be repurposed to suit any political movement. The shape is dynamic and energetic, and the green color evokes freshness and vitality. This makes it appealing to youth and also environmental movements. The Goudy Bookletter 1911 typeface is sharp and professional.

Political logo for an organization called Get Moving. Edit

If you only want to draw attention to the name of your organization, a good way to achieve this is by using a text-only logo. In this case, the Cinzel typeface takes up all the space. Its sharp, stenciled lines project professionalism, and the red color is eye-catching and conveys desire and labor.

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A good political logo will be emotive and marketable. People join political movements and volunteer in campaigns because the movement has an emotional resonance with them. Political organizations represent their worldviews, therefore a political logo should appeal to the things they care about.

Furthermore, because the aim of a political organization is to grow in numbers and influence, a political logo should be an image that looks good in campaign posters, flags, and even graffiti.

  1. Write down some key points about your organization and its values.
  2. Think of symbols that represent your organization's unique offerings, keeping your key points in mind.
  3. Think about the typeface you want to use. A bold, sans serif font in all caps projects confidence and authority, while serif fonts in lower case evoke friendliness and are more inviting.
  4. If you're stuck on color ideas, consider using the colors of the American flag if in the U.S.
  5. Use a logo maker to come up with a few ideas for your political logo.
  6. Pick your favorite ideas and tweak them until you're happy.
  7. Pick your favorite logo and download it.

Why should my political logo be in PNG format?

If you save a logo or any other image in a PNG format, it can be used on a variety of digital platforms. Unlike JPEG images, PNG images can be saved with a transparent background, making them ideal for online use. You can use Zarla to create your logo design and download it in PNG format for free.

Where can I find political logo templates?

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

What are some great political logo examples?

  • Barack Obama's 2008 campaign logo.
  • Donald Trump's 2016 campaign logo.
  • Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign logo.
  • Rand Paul's 2016 campaign logo.
  • Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign logo.

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