And, we’re now on the eighth week of our logo roundup! Number 8 reminds us so much of the Mobius strip or the symbol for infinity. This week’s parade of remarkable logo designs is for companies that are exceptional. They are in niche markets and you probably wouldn’t be able to think of a related company if we place you on the spot. We had no idea that these markets existed and this week we were really excited to learn!
This one is perhaps the most familiar one. It’s a company that makes antibacterial cleaning products. Their difference – it’s for use on airplanes.
Abatox Logo Design
The name itself is the brand, and it’s emphasized in this seal logo design. A green and white logo leaves a clean and orderly impression. And the friendly colour and font style makes the brand seem friendly and trustworthy. As you look at it, though there’s no face, I bet you can’t help but think that there’s someone smiling at you.
Das GlasCafe GmbH
Das GlasCafe GmbH is an online store selling beads, clasps, nylon wires, and other crafting materials. It’s also a craft shop so the logo had to appeal to people who want to be or are somewhat creative and playful. Our client wanted to see a coffee cup in the logo, because her shop is a comfortable place to be like a good coffee shop.
Cafe Logo Design
The design retains the symbolism of a multicolored coffee cup, which represents the shop’s origins as a mosaic atelier. The colors for the coffee cup mosaic have been reduced to just lime-green and fuchsia. One of the aims of the redesign was to create a clean and simple logo without losing its character.
Dobhareach is Irish for Hippo. Why a hippo? Well, why not? It’s a personal logo that’s specially designed for a geocacher (see Geocaching101
for more info), and if she wants a Hippo and her pet Scottish Terrier that follows her on these missions – then that’s exactly what she’ll get!
Geocacher Logo Design
This simple logo design has the silhouette of a running dog (client’s pet and partner) inserted between dobha
to communicate that her canine friend is a big part of these adventures. The main purpose for these designs was for a stamp, so we kept this design fairly straightforward, though a silhouette always adds a little mystery to a logo design. It’s also a great focal point for the logo.
Geocacher Logo Design 2
Geocaching is modern-day treasure hunting that uses technology, like a GPS device, to find a box or cache at a specified location. This variation of the geocacher’s personal logo design combines the ability of a hippo to “hide” and the talents of a good hunting dog to “seek” the hidden cache.
It’s also a cute drawing with the dog looking around for whatever it is that needs to be found.
Cheekee Monkey Nappies
The company that makes Cheekee Monkey Nappies
hopes to bring back the use of cloth nappies into mainstream consciousness. The nappies are more economical to use in the long run and they’re an ecologically safer alternative to disposable diapers. The nappies have the same design as a disposable diaper with Velcro or clasps on each side. And, they’re available in different styles, such as cloth nappies that remain securely attached to the baby’s hips even while swimming.
Kids Clothing Logo Design
The name inspired the design for this product logo. No matter how active a toddler is, these cloth nappies will remain bound and wrapped around the baby’s hips and buttocks. To communicate that, we’ve designed monkeys crawling around and hanging by their tails, but still very happy because their nappies are still snug and comfortable.
Planning Your Logo?
As you look for a logo designer, keep in mind that a designer needs to pair creativity with great technical expertise. For example:
- If the wrong design program is used, your logo will blur when resized.
- If unprintable colors are used, your logo will look wrong when printed.
- If final quality control is skipped, your logo will have costly mistakes.
Business owner trying to save a few bucks just end up paying twice to redo their logo and reprint their marketing material. Avoid surprises, by learning about impossible colors, vector graphics, and the importance of quality control. Learn more