Sticker Logo Ideas:
This cute fox has a shy look that is the perfect mascot for a toy store or child-focused brand. The bright pink icon is given depth with a thin blue edging that contrasts nicely against the dark blue Rubik typeface below. Picture this logo on laptops, coasters, headphones, mobile phones, or tablets.
Perfect for a surf store or outdoor adventure brand, this sticker logo screams fun and energy with its orange and dark gray color scheme. The surfer seems to be sliding down the curve of the logo, leading your eye to the Blinker Bold font below. A great logo for cars, bikes, or surfboards.
A simple logo with so much to say. The flaming pig is a humorous icon that could be used for anything from a BBQ restaurant to a food delivery app. The absurdity of the logo is heightened by the green flame but made more serious by the beautiful Cardo typeface. An attention-grabber for sure.
The large bright pink strawberry is eye-catching and intriguing. Paired with the playful PoetsenOne typeface in black, this design has a kind of erotic feel that could work for an adult store. The logo could also work for a store that sells sweet treats hand-crafted to perfection.
The Wild West style of the Rye typeface perfectly complements the smoking skull in this strange but striking sticker logo. This would be an ideal logo for a smoke shop or bike brand with an edge. The stark black coloring heightens the edgy feel, giving the design a traditionally masculine energy.
There is something strange about this blue bunny. The wide eyes and awkward posture project a sadness that draws you in. The bunny's shape is mimicked by the round characters of the Quicksand typeface. This would be a great logo for a thrift store. Or you can use it ironically to boost your brand.
This melting cat is a great brand identifier if you own a toy store and sell slime. It could also be used as a cool sticker logo for a young startup or mobile app. The bright pink icon is nicely contrasted by the dark color and structured characters of the Sarabun typeface.
The oversized lettering and dark color of the Comfortaaa typeface give your brand name prominence in this sticker logo. The aqua-colored goldfish lazily floating on top of the text completes the design that would be perfect for a pet store that sells these adorable aquatic creatures.
The adult bunny mask in red instantly catches your eye. This is a bold logo that would be ideal for an adult store or purveyor of erotic materials. The fat black letters of the PoetsenOne typeface add even more boldness to the design. Picture this sticker on packaging material and novelty items.
The skateboard is a ubiquitous symbol of freedom and youth. Paired with a gear cog, it could be used as a logo for a skate shop that specializes in repairs. Against the dark coloring of the K2D typeface, the green really pops. Picture this logo stuck on boards, back windows, scooters, and phones.
How can I create sticker logo for my business?
How can I turn my logo into a sticker?
- Create a logo with a transparent background using a logo maker.
- Choose the correct image size for your sticker.
- Purchase sticker printer paper from your local stationery store.
- Print your logo onto sticker paper.
- Cut out your logo and use it as a sticker.
Where can I find a sticker business logo?
We have created a selection of sticker business logos using Zarla. If you like any of the logos, simply click on the design to edit and download it for free.