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A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Red for blood and black for night, this logo is crawling with sinisterness. The red ring encircling a faint red cross conjures ideas of the occult and some unspeakable ritual. On any other logo, the Jomolhari typeface looks refined and sophisticated, but here it looks calculating and ominous.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

What is this nefarious character up to? This logo strikes the right balance between foreboding and classy. Monsters can wear many hats. The chalky beige of the icon and the Arvo typeface pair well with the dark green backdrop to create a classic, masculine feel with a menacing mystique.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Cast in shades of gray and flung against a foreboding black background, this is the Beast that ate Beauty. The shield of the emblem represents strength, royalty, and might. The sharp, decisive strokes and serifs of the Rosarivo typeface haunt this logo with its cold and brutal efficiency.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

The unsettling look in the one bird's eyes makes this logo humorously sinister. The woodsmoke and golden sand color palette is unusual and has a portentous quality about it. The strange slanting serifs of the Vesper Libre typeface, like a pale butler with a limp, add an ill professionalism.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

While the flame represents foul play, it's the blank stare in the pig's eyes that oozes sinisterness. The pale taupe resembles the unearthly color of an apparition against the sherpa blue backdrop, and the Cormorant Garamond typeface has a front page headline feel — "Fiend Strikes Again!"

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Circles are usually positive, but here one represents a link in a chain of ghastly events. Yellowish hues are usually joyous, but here it is the weak light of an old lamp. The icon is filled to the grave's brim with sinisterness, and the pointy letterforms of the Overpass typeface resemble blades.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Pink isn't commonly associated with the baleful, nor is a fine ornate chair, but this pink chair's cushioning is stuffed with it. The black shadowy detailing and the pitch black background make this logo sinister. The thin letterforms of the Cinzel typeface bring to mind a razor's precision.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Depicting the eyes of a femme fatale, this minimalist design creates a deep sense of mysterious danger. Red is the color of passion and acts as a warning. The Crimson Text typeface resembles those used in pulp horror novels. While it is adaptable, we suggest you keep the free speech red color.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo strikes the sinister note in a fresh and trendy way. The detailed design of the formidable monster — Kraken? — is very current, and the colors evoke the exotic mysticism of the Far East. Sticking with a modern sensibility, the Montserrat typeface is clear and bold and has an urban feel.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

Looking at this logo, you can almost hear distant howling. The haunted old house is a popular trope but in fountain blue it horrifies. The granny smith apple backdrop has a sickliness to it: the color of Granny Smith if she choked on an apple. The Source Code Pro typeface resembles tombstones.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo kidnaps the attention. Red is a powerful symbol of passion, action, and danger, and the splat design resembles a blood splatter. The pitch black background bolsters the impact of the icon and text but also evokes the horror of a dark room. The white Marcellus SC typeface lurks.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This well-designed, monochrome logo pokes you in the eye. A transparent backdrop would make having this icon leer from anywhere much easier. The accentless letterforms of the Bebas Neue typeface echo the calculated coldness of the guy in the icon who knows where the bodies are buried.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo is a harvest of horrors with its ill-shapen hovel and oversized scythe's shadow. The design uses many sharp edges and bladelike curves to hint at the tools of the sinister trade. The off-white house, eternal Pridi typeface, and mahogany backdrop draw the attention away from safety.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo is as sinister as a flame is hot. The black and white contrast grabs attention and represents the struggle between good and bad. The skull motif, while a cliché, has distinctive features and represents death. The Montserrat typeface looks like the coals on which the fire feeds.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

A sinister hand, bats, and a haunted house all gathered together against the backdrop of a full blood moon howls with sinisterness. The sunset orange, dark tangerine, and rust make for an intriguing and eye-catching color palette. Like a graveyard in the foreground, the Odibee Sans typeface looms.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

A blood red hand is sinister enough, but here is one in a rich Venetian red lunging from dense smoke to grab attention by the collar. The organic shapes in the design represent the untameable. The slightly unbalanced serifs of the SeoulHanghang EB typeface add an unsettling quality to the logo.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

A creepy house stands behind the tombstone-like Odibee Sans typeface in this sinister black and white logo. Details such as the scythe and naked tree branches are used to deepen the feeling of foreboding: you can almost hear the door of the house creaking open. The overall effect is very ominous.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

The rising pale taupe moon behind the sherpa blue tree sets a direful scene. Moons represent wisdom and femininity, and in this sinister logo they may indicate the witching hour. The tree in the icon is a compelling focal point, while the small serifs of the Forum typeface look like thorns.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo is unnerving because of the disconnect between the joyful color palette — dark tangerine and sunset orange — and the moon and star icon, dripping some gooey substance. The playful laser lemon backdrop deepens this disconnect, and the rusty Pridi typeface subtly corrupts.

A sinister logo for a business called Voodoo Blend. Edit

This logo depicts a dingy house on a moonlit prairie, a common setting for the work of the nefarious. The black, white, and gray color palette contrasts beautifully and represents the relationship between night and day, good and evil. The Odibee Sans typeface steals the eye… and keeps it.

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FAQs:

A sinister logo uses colors, typefaces, shapes, and images associated with things that threaten to cause harm. They will often incorporate villainous mascots, unusual typefaces, and colors that conjure popular notions of sinisterness, such as those associated with horror movies and thrillers.

The car manufacturer, Alfa Romeo has a particularly sinister logo or emblem. The one side of the design depicts a serpentine monster eating a man.

We've collected a bunch of sinister logos that you can customize and download for free. You can also make your own sinister design using Zarla, a free online logo maker.

Why do companies use sinister logos?

Companies may choose to use sinister logos because this particular design aesthetic captures their brand identities and appeals to their target markets.

How do I come up with sinister business logo ideas?

  • Research the logos of existing brands.
  • Brainstorm keywords, images, symbols, and colors that give off a sinister vibe.
  • Trawl popular culture for ideas.
  • Feed keywords into a free logo maker such as Zarla.
  • Let your business's core values and brand identity inspire you.
  • Study your target market to find out what resonates with them.

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