Vibrant Logo Ideas:
Radical red and shamrock make a lively color palette that serves up warm holiday vibes. A single cupcake with a generous icing swirl evokes childhood memories of frosted Xmas treats and joyful carols. The PoetsenOne typeface, with its thick, chunky letters, looks good enough to sink your teeth into.
Red and white is a tried-and-true color combination. Think of brands such as Coca-Cola and Target. The image of a leaping dog catching a frisbee pops against bright red, while the commanding strokes of the Public Sans typeface ensure high brand visibility. Great for a nutritious pet food brand.
Ruby and light sea green is a color combination little kids will love. A castle with swirling pink waves stirs the imagination and makes a perfect logo for a toy brand or a medieval-themed water park. The tall, bold letterforms of the Oswald typeface inspire confidence with their striking presence.
This logo uses explosive colors and movement to capture the childlike spirit of discovery and free expression. The handprint in the center of a pink and green splatter hints at an art class or art brand for kids. The Abhaya Libre typeface looks professional and increases brand credibility.
A bright persimmon background makes the white icon of a blazing sun within a heart stand out. Few things shine brighter than the sun, which is also a symbol of hope. The hands cradling the heart may be a reference to gratitude, while the bold letters of the Ubuntu typeface make a lasting impact.
The punchy, explosive energy of bright red makes it a brilliant option for a karate dojo. Paired with the silhouette of a martial artist in a fierce pose, this logo will draw clients and strike fear into the hearts of competitors. The chunky, uneven lines of the Ranchers typeface command attention.
Ruby and green make a winning pair in this logo design that's perfect for a mischievous snack brand. The cheeky expression of the spotted cookie combined with the pink shadow creates the illusion of bounce, hinting at playfulness. With its curls, the Clicker Script typeface is both elegant and fun.
Deep sky blue and medium red violet are joyful colors that convey feelings of calm and creativity and also pair well with the dynamic paper plane icon. The sharp angles of the icon create a high-impact, trendy design that's offset by the classic serifs of the Abhaya Libre typeface.
Teal and yellow green — both refreshing, earthy tones — inspire feelings of vigor and vitality. The rising sun, with leaves in place of rays, hints at growth and development, while the elegant serifs of the Cardo typeface lend a traditional element to the design. Wonderful for a healthy food brand.
A man striking a triumphant pose atop a mountain peak evokes feelings of achievement and elation, with star accents emphasizing excellence and quality. Orange adds a touch of optimism, while grey hints at stability. The Rubik typeface is clear and unpretentious, just like the reliable gear you sell.
Green skies, green hills, trees, and a moose conjure images of nature and untamed terrain. A logo fit for a hunting lodge, with imagery that suits a game reserve or brand of hiking gear too. Shades of green add balance, while the Krona One typeface has well-spaced letters for increased readability.
A woman in an advanced yoga pose is an inspiring image to those who respect this ancient practice. The coral candy shade carries connotations of delicacy, while dark violet hints at ambition, making this ideal for a yoga brand that challenges clients. The Quantico typeface is sleek and modern.
Sunset orange, dark tangerine, and lemon evoke feelings of action, optimism, and confidence. A mirrored image of an eagle with a diamond at the center carries connotations of victory and elegance, while the Days One typeface is bold, clear, and impactful. A superb choice for an elite sports club.
Butterfly wings in shades of pink and purple against a summer sky background conjure images of cool, carefree days. The soft lines of the icon contrast with the rigid, futuristic letterforms of the Quantico typeface. This unique design is best suited to a fashion, makeup, or beauty brand.
This lively logo makes a real impact in radical red with a star that shines in shamrock. A man balanced on the moon and reaching for a star evokes feelings of adventure and exploration, while the broad strokes of the Anton typeface ensure high brand visibility. Lovely for a kids' education brand.
Movement and color work in synergy to create a logo that hints at summer freedom. Pacific blue and green evoke feelings of serenity and refreshment that one might experience while catching a wave. The tall letterforms of the Oswald typeface are proud and confident. Great for a surf or swim brand.
If you want to create a logo that's hard to miss, psychedelic purple and deep sky blue are winning choices. Reminiscent of pretty purple and blue cocktails, this logo is lovely for an island-style bar or restaurant. Flying gulls and waves add movement, while the Kanit typeface has a bold presence.
Purple bubblegum is a lush color choice for a women's sports brand. Pink is kind, while violet hints at luxury. The calligraphic lines of the Pirata One typeface convey old-world elegance that suggests time-honored tradition, while the mountain icon hints at the endurance required to achieve goals.
White, light pink, and green are not typical colors you think of when creating a vibrant logo, but the movement of the dolphin and water give this logo its dynamic quality. Health, vitality, and freedom are ideas captured in this design, while the Caudex typeface mimics the dolphin's elegant moves.
This logo gets its sparkle from the lively gold tips color, while the leaf accents hint at growth and victory. The single golden nail looks polished and professional, and it hints at the quality of services offered by your beauty salon. The script-style Cookie typeface captures traditional elegance.
What makes a logo vibrant?
A logo is considered vibrant if it uses bright colors, movement, bold lines, and playful scripts to convey a brand's fun, creative energy.
What are some brands with vibrant logo designs?
- Dunkin' Donuts.
- Warner Bros. Pictures.
How do I create a vibrant logo?
- Think about your offerings and your brand values.
- Make a list of colors and icons that convey feelings of joy and vitality.
- Use a logo maker to create logo designs.
- Choose the best ten logos and get feedback from friends and family.
- Select the top logo for your business.
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What are some good colors to use in vibrant logos?