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Wave logo for a business called Knot & Bell. Edit

The castle in this logo is reminiscent of the famous Disney castle, but the waves flowing beneath it gives it a unique feel. The Pattaya Regular font is elegant and graceful, evoking luxury and refinement, and the grey color makes your business name legible and distinct from the house.

Wave logo for a business called Knot & Bell. Edit

The waves in this logo are paired with a palm tree and sunset, making it very clear what the mood is. It is ideal for a tropical island-themed business. The oranges and reds mimic the sunset palette. The Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font, with its flowing lines and curls, mirrors the waves.

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The most salient feature of this logo is the dolphin, making it perfect for an aquarium. The waves around it are cleverly designed to mimic dolphin fins. The Source Code Pro typeface features both smooth curves and sharp angles that match the curve of the dolphin and sharp wave edges.

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The imagery used in this logo share a common theme: fun in the sun. Palm trees and swimming apparel make it an ideal logo for a swimwear brand. The Enriqueta Bold font has curving lines that mimic the motion of the waves in the image, and the blue color matches the aquatic theme of the business.

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The clam with wave-like lines makes a great logo for a seafood restaurant, as it borrows aquatic imagery. The cursive, coursing lines of the Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font flows like currents beneath the clam, and the Cerise pink and black colors contrast each other, offering balance.

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The color green here is used with intention. Its purpose is to separate the person from the blue water, giving them the attention. It emphasizes safety and makes an ideal logo for a lifeguard service. The color blue amplifies feelings of trust, and the Baloo Bhai typeface has a friendly air.

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The waves in this logo are used to buttress the horns of a wild animal. The horns evoke feelings of energy, and power, while the waves seem to propel that energy into motion. This is a good logo for a company with a bold mission statement. The Source Code Pro typeface offers calm and balance.

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This logo is a clear depiction of water-themed fun and would suit a theme park or recreational center. The Mali Bold font has a child-like appearance, as if sketched by a fifth-grader. It is consistent with a kids theme park brand, as is the dominance of the color blue, which conveys trust.

Wave logo for a business called Knot & Bell. Edit

The blue and white waves in this logo don't say much, but the flowing lines clearly represent the ocean. This is a great logo for a company with the sea close to its identity, such as a company representing a coastal city. The flowing lines of the Monsieur La Doulaise Regular font adds personality.

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The waves curve and seem to transform into people in this logo. Does it imply that the world is always changing? The Dosis ExtraBold font, with its stenciled appearance, provides contrast to the curvaceous, flowing lines of the waves. The color blue evokes loyalty and professionalism.

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Dolphins pair well with the color purple. They are creatures renowned for their intelligence, while the color purple communicates mystery and enigma. The purple waves frame the logo and give it more structure. A lovely blend of marine imagery. The Montserrat ExtraBold font is neat and professional.

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Three water droplets making a circle evokes feelings of cooperation. This is a great logo for an NGO or business with a humanitarian mission statement. That each droplet is a different color amplifies this message, while the neutral color palette and Poppins Bold font evokes professionalism.

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The river charting its own course makes this logo ideal for a business wanting to pave new ways or make some meaningful change in the world. The PT Sans Caption Bold font has an air of professionalism to it., while the blue color communicates loyalty, trust, and professionalism.

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The color green is used to appeal to natural qualities and feelings of healing and restoration. The cavernous wave mimics a hungry mouth open wide. This suits a pool cleaning company or a business driven by the environmental goal of clean beaches. The Luckiest Guy Regular font is calm and soothing.

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The warship framed by a target evokes feelings of strength and seriousness. This might not need to be used for a military business at all. It would suit a nautical-themed brand with proud coastal roots. The color blue communicates trust and loyalty and the Candal typeface is bold and proud.

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The psychedelic purple is used to catch the attention of customers, guiding their eyes to see the blue waves and swimming apparel. The two colors don't compete with each other. They work together in an effective way. If there were a font that said "catch me at the beach," it'd be Calistoga Regular.

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The lighthouse and ocean waves are nods to a nautical brand. You can practically smell the ocean by looking at it, and the ubiquity of the color blue fits the theme. The Luckiest Guy Regular font is comical and loaded with personality, and its shape seems to flow like a wave too.

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The amount of detail featured in this logo is eye-catching. The artistic image is balanced both by a professional blue background and a clean white Public Sans ExtraBold font. A tattoo parlor in a coastal region cannot go wrong with these wavy tentacles, nor could a Californian skateboarding brand.

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This is a no-frills, minimalist logo that features basic geometric lines and a blue presence that aligns with the ocean theme. This suits a seafood restaurant or a nautical-themed business. The Baloo Bhai 2 SemiBold font mimics the basic lines of the image, with both smooth curves and sharp edges.

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This logo combines two shades of blue to good effect. The lighter blue evokes fun and youth, while the darker blue evokes trust and professionalism. The icons communicate good times and laughter, while the Poppins Bold font, with its gentle curves, is friendly and inviting.

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  1. Write down some key points about your business and its values.
  2. Think of symbols that represent your company's unique offerings, keeping your key points in mind.
  3. Use a logo maker to come up with some ideas for your wave logo.
  4. Pick your favorite ten ideas and tweak them until you're happy.
  5. Show your family and friends and ask them what they think.
  6. Use their feedback to narrow your choice down to a couple of logos.
  7. Make a final decision on which logo to use for your business.

What does the wave logo mean?

The wave logo represents motion, change, and energy, and is typically used by NGOs with a mission of changing the world. Companies that are water-related or share an identity with the sea also make use of this logo.

See our list of wave logo ideas to get inspiration for your own wave logo design. You can also use a business logo generator like Zarla to create hundreds of logo ideas in just a few seconds.

While lines flowing in unison is the hallmark of a good wave logo, a great wave logo features a distortion in the pattern. This break in the pattern can come in the form of a sudden change in shape, height, or color, and has significance to the business in question.

Where can I download free wave logos?

You can create, edit, and download free wave logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.

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