No more waiting – new blogpost is here! Let’s take a minute for a little brainstorming first. try to think of the word “classy” – what pops in your mind? How should a logo you’d classify as classy look like? What associations does the word bring to you? These thought will give you a nice clue creating a classy logo. We’re bringing you examples of 10 classy logos from our gallery, so let’s get into it.
If you have those handwriting skills, make sure you use them – script looks stylish and makes us think of old gentleman days.
Credits to Sasha Chebotarev
Clean and round logotypes also look very stylish – a bit more on the technical side, they may well serve for a classy tech logo.
Credits to Ishmam Ahmed
What we have here…a lion, the king of animals…of course. Just make sure the illustration is subtle not cartoon.
Credits to Gaetano Togrim Di Mambro
What makes this logo look classy is the uppercase serif font together with the star-shaped symbol of directions .
Credits to Elmer Alfaro Jiménez
Again, serif uppercase font creating initials blended together which also create an illusion of three dimensions in this logo.
Credits to Maurizio Pagnozzi
This logo plays with the association of long gone times using a symbol with vintage ornaments imitating lace. Do you see the cardinal directions in the classy symbol as well?
Credits to Bojan Stefanovic
Guess why this logo looks classy…yes, we’ve mentioned both earlier – royal symbols (crest in this case) and an uppercase slightly serif font.
Credits to Stavros Kypraios
This logo is a bit playful with the initials in it and it works really well to make it look classy!
Credits to Cobra Studio
Gold is classy right? Picking a gold or silver color will always work with those kinds of logos.
Credits to Somanshu Kr. Patel
Gradients of all types work with classy logos and owls represent wisdom, which is also a pretty close association to classy.
Credits to Sharvin Romero León
And those are just the basics, you’ll find much more among all of our classy logos. Remember – have some time to think about the qualities your logo should represent and you’ll surely end up with a great solution. Stay tuned – new blogpost every week!