Toy Logo Ideas:
This bright yellow giraffe is a welcoming image that will look great on any toy store entrance. It could signify a business that stocks plush animals or become a lovable mascot. The red-violet Ribeye typeface complements the adorable nature of the giraffe with its playful, childlike characters.
Designed to look like a crib mobile, the starfish hang like real stars, adding extra cuteness to the already adorable image. The purple tones of the logo enhance the sleepy feel of the design. The all-caps Asap Bold font adds a sense of urgency that makes this logo stand out.
What more could you want in a toy logo? The quirky dinosaur with its lovable smile is appealing, fun, and memorable. The Persian green color adds a unique element to the design, while the aptly named Poppins typeface helps this logo really pop. A great choice for a children's toy store.
Minimalist and modern, this duotone logo is incredibly effective at indicating the type of products you sell. The vibrant red color of the helicopter is perfectly balanced by the darker brown text. The Fascinate Inline typeface, with its broadway styling, adds a trendy feel to the design.
The alien-like beanbag character is supercute and perfectly suited to a children's toy business. The blue color is calming and inviting, evoking feelings of nostalgia in parents while grabbing the attention of children. The playful Baloo Bhai 2 typeface adds a gentle finishing touch.
The baby dinosaur fossilized in brown sludge makes this logo perfect for a toy store that specializes in educational toys. The playfulness of the dinosaur will appeal to a younger target market, while the regal-looking Arbutus Slab typeface adds a professional touch that will attract parents.
Playful and fun, the smiling starfish has a childlike charm that will no doubt appeal to kids of all ages. The dark color of the Zilla Slab typeface creates a pleasant contrast against the red-violet icon. Clean and angular, the text offers balance when paired with the rounded elements of the icon.
Combining an image of a classic toy car with a string phone, this logo creates an altogether different icon of a modern electric vehicle. The soft blue color is juxtaposed with the magenta cord, adding vibrancy to the design. This is enhanced by the goofy characters of the Bubblegum Sans typeface.
Abstract images can be incredibly powerful when paired with bright colors and funky fonts. This logo uses an impressionistic smiling face to create a sense of fun and whimsy. The purple color palette adds to the playful design, while the PoetsenOne typeface gives the logo structure.
Perfect for a toy business that sells slime or similar products, this logo uses a green, oozing alien to stand out and let everyone know what type of business you run. The absurdity of the alien icon, with its silly grin, is grounded by the oil-colored Righteous typeface.
A robotic T. rex is a classic children's toy and a great icon to use in your logo. Depicted here in a cool blue color, the dinosaur has a childlike charm that will speak to your target market. The Dosis typeface with its clean lines and matching blue color finishes the design off nicely.
The ring stack game is an early development children's game designed to improve critical thinking and fine motor skills. Used in a logo, the ring stack icon could indicate that you sell educational toys. The pleasant purple coloring is also used for the Miriam Libre typeface, adding continuity.
Like a character from a Disney movie, the adorable elephant icon commands attention. The bright yellow color paired with the floating red-violet hearts evoke feelings of love and tenderness. The color and rounded letters of the quirky Baloo typeface complement the design beautifully.
There is a quirkiness to this logo that extends beyond childlike cuteness. The two birds seem to be engaged in a confusing discourse which adds a sense of comedy to the design. The Persian green and lime colors add to the feeling, while the Asap typeface, in all-caps, creates a memorable look.
Unicorns are mythical creatures that symbolize purity, gentleness, and freedom — qualities you'll want to promote in your brand. Cleverly created from negative space, the unicorn emerges from the orange paint splatter with pride. The dark coloring of the Quicksand typeface gives the design contrast.
There is a carnival-like feeling that emanates from this logo. The inclusion of the rainbow, stars, and vibrant colors makes this design pop! The train takes center stage, letting customers know that you are in the toy business. The straight lines of the Righteous typeface act as tracks.
A somewhat sad or neglected bear may not be the first choice for many people, but this logo is completely unique and memorable. The carrot orange color adds even more dark humor to the design, while the Luckiest Guy typeface reintroduces the playfulness with its quirky lettering.
This strange, gooey character appears as if straight out of a children's cartoon. The fun design and bright purple and blue color palette create a dynamic visual experience that the little ones are sure to love. The slanted characters of the PoetsenOne typeface complement the icon perfectly.
This shy green fox is the epitome of cuteness. The brand name in Tyrian purple uses the Gochi Hand typeface to add a personal touch. A great choice for a toy logo — the fox could be an adorable mascot that pops out at you from a business card or a memorable image on a shop window.
A stuffed bear being cuddled by another is a delightful logo that will work for any toy business. The teal color has a calming and inviting effect, while the Rum Raisin typeface pops in woodbark brown. The thoughtful use of negative space makes this logo suitable for any medium.
What should be included in a toy logo?
Toy company logos should have memorable colors and a unique icon that speaks to their target market. If you are selling toys for children, cute, identifiable characters will grab their attention. For collectors' toys, aim for more mature tones and icons that best reflect your products. See our collection of toy logos for ideas.
How do I design a cool logo for my toy business?
- Think about the products you sell. Are they classic toys, collectibles, educational toys, or all of the above?
- Play around with different icons, fonts, and colors, and select those that best reflect your brand.
- Try Zarla — a free, intuitive logo maker that can create hundreds of designs in seconds.
- Ask friends and family for feedback on your designs.
- Choose a logo that suits your brand and that will appeal to children and adults alike.
Where can I download free toy logos?
Which toy brands have well-known logos?
- Hot Wheels.
Where can I download toy store logos in vector format?
Use Zarla to create and download your own toy logos in vector format. Vector files are ideal for branding because they can be scaled to any size without losing image quality.
When can I find a fidget toy logo in PNG format?
Zarla is a free logo maker that allows you to create your own logo and download it in PNG format. PNG files are great for online branding because they support transparent backgrounds.