10 playful logos

Let’s close up the week with some inspiration. We have carefully picked 10 playful logos from our expanding gallery to give you some ideas on where you might take your designs to.

Cartoon is playful. Adding emotions to your mascots and characters or putting them into weird situations will work very well.
banana-scream_logo

created by Ivan Voznyak

A synergy between the purpose of the logo and the way it’s made is essential for a great logo. What pops in your mind first seeing this logotype? Click the logo to check its purpose.
brives_logo

created by Jerome & Zimmerman

Having different colors and shapes working together will convey playfulness in your logo as well.
flaw_logo

created by Cobra studio 

Another cartoon example, but what makes this logo even more playful are the deviations from reality.
gaetano_logo

created by Gaetano Togrim Di Mambro

Multifunctional logotype of letters are always a great bet, altogether in a graffiti style they make your logo look playful.
I-love-asia_logo

created by Sasha Chebotarev

Taking an established concept and twisting it is also considered playful. Especially when a clown is playing with it!
oc-serbia_logo

created by Zeljko Stanojevic

You don’t need to go crazy with your logotype to have it playful. Just make it really different, for example creating an animal from the characters!
pioo_logo

created by Mohamed Hafez

Another example how being really creative and literally playing with the real world characteristics and emotions works.
purna_logo

created by Gaetano Togrim Di Mambro

Graffiti is playful. Always. Almost.strpc_logo

created by Darya Snail

So you have a logotype. Why don’t you playfully spill it around your canvas? (Parallel to what happens with coffee sometimes.)
together_logo

created by Debora Zielhuis

Those are just few examples you might work into your projects. Dig in deeper in our playful logos – we are sure you’ll find much more inspiration there. Just as always to make a great logo try to stay consistent between its purpose and the expressive features you use. Stay tuned for a new post next week.