Taco Logo Ideas:
The smiley face with cute, stick-man legs, paired with pleasant peach pastel colors, makes this the perfect logo for a taco restaurant targeted at children. The colors create a playful personality and the Source Code Pro typeface has warm curves that matches the friendly image.
Advertisers use the color black to convey a sense of luxury and elegance. The dominance of the black color palette makes it ideal for a fancy, upmarket taco establishment. In white, the Montserrat Extra Bold font looks great against a black background, offering balance and contrast.
The swirling, flowing lines and cursive script in this logo is the Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font. When paired with the image of a taco, it makes this design ideal for a fancy, upmarket Mexican restaurant with attention to detail. Bright yellows and red accents hint at passion and flavor.
This logo is cleverly designed to feature a mustache with a taco. The quintessential Mexican mustache and taco combine two popular Mexican symbols to great effect. The Odibee Sans Regular font has a noticeable personality and the salience of mahogany evokes fiery hot sensations.
This logo uses a range of Mexican symbolism in its design in order to brand your establishment as authentically Mexican. The neat, bold lines of the Pridi SemiBold font adds calm and composure to a frenetic logo, while yellows and reds communicate tantalizing tastes and flavor.
The color purple is commonly used by advertisers to communicate mystery and intelligence. While uncommon in Mexican branding, this makes for an ideal Mexican fusion restaurant logo. Mexican-Asian, perhaps? The Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font adds grace and elegance to the lone taco.
The colors in this logo represent the spice palette of Mexican cuisine. Colorful peppers and spices come to the fore of the customers' minds when seeing the taco icon and bright colors. The Odibee Sans Regular font makes your company name legible with bold, black strokes.
The chilis resting beside the taco in this logo tell the customer one thing: this restaurant serves spicy, tantalizing tacos that are not for the faint-hearted. The red accents are used effectively as well. The Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font evokes grandeur and prestige.
The colors of red and green cleverly mirror both the Mexican flag and the red and green peppers found in Mexican cuisine. The chili icons in the shape of a mustache and the cactus icon are further nods to Mexican food, while the Delius-Regular font makes for clear and legible reading.
The Mexican hat icon says a lot by saying very little. It communicates a Mexican theme to customers by using recognizable Mexican symbols. The yellow and red color palette evokes playfulness and passion, while the Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font, with its graceful lines, adds elegance.
How do I create a taco logo?
- Write down some key points about your business and its values.
- Think of symbols that represent your company's unique offerings, keeping your key points in mind.
- Use a logo maker to come up with a few ideas for your taco logo.
- Pick your favorite ten ideas and tweak them until you're happy.
- Show your family and friends and ask them what they think.
- Use their feedback to narrow your final selection.
- Make a final decision on which logo to use for your business.
What does the taco logo mean?
The taco logo is used to clearly and effectively communicate your brand identity to customers. Without knowing anything about your establishment, customers passing by will recognize the taco logo to mean there are tasty tacos on offer.
Where can I find tips on how to make a taco logo?
What makes a great taco logo?
A great taco logo uses the basic folded circle shape and contrasts the structured lines with the irregular shapes of food. The food, and the color palette of the logo, should mimic the colors of Mexican cuisine. This includes reds, greens, and yellows.