Monthly Archives: December 2016

7 ways to create a stamp logo

Looking for inspiration again? Well, as you already know, you’re at the right place! This time let’s have a look at how you can make a stamp logo different and make it stand out. Today we’re bringing you the 7 ways to create a stamp logo!


It doesn’t always have to be bordered or lined out. Simple warp can make the magic. Is it a zorb or ball? Well, it’s surely a stamp logo.


by Dmitriy Silchenko

Wanna make a classy looking stamp logo? Not impossible. Who says it can’t be empty in the center? Make it look like a ring!


 by Naomi Roberts

We’ve had this one displayed already – it’s not only a great example of a script logo but of a stamp logo as well. Draw a few lines completing a circle and you have it.


by Darya Snail

Another way to make a classy logo in the shape of a stamp. Keep initial inside,leave the rest for the rim.


by Vitalyia Zhiryakova

Or use a slice of a fruit to create a “natural” stamp.


by Waldemar Paziewski 

A two-dimensional bush tuft (gooseberry in this case) serves well as a stamp. And a simple type doesn’t feel disturbing.


by Roland Bossio

And if you like negative space, there’s always a way to blend the stamp with the background.


by Ramis Ahmed

How did you like our selection? Do you want to see more? If so, you can check out our whole stamp logo collection which contains many more entries. Stay tuned, next time we’ll take a look at Label logos!

9 inspirational script logos

There are so many fonts over the internet “imitating” a handwriting, which allow to create nice script logos even to designers less skillful in writing. However for designers more inclining towards typography it may feel easier and become a first choice to create a script logo. Whether handwriting is your second nature or you were just instructed to create a script logo, to get some ideas, we’re bringing you 9 inspirational script logos to check out!

Although not purely a script logo, the handwriting here does a hell of a job nicely combining with a simple illustration and pinpoints the characteristics of the product itself.

by Onix Design

Simple, rather tiny, not really playful but still elegant and clean underlining its purpose.hnyoce_logo

by Dmitri Buenkov

This logo for a cafe with laid back but stylish script gives nice hints about the atmosphere of the place.le-petit_logo

by Daniela Prado

This one is a great example a script logo can also be minimalist. I bet no one doubts the use of the logo – a health care company.

by Lukas Vanco

And who says you can’t just outline a script? A playful way for a watermark.

by Fajne Chlopaki

This rather precise and vintage script, along with fitting illustration, creates a logo that makes you wanna play.

by Darya Snail

If you want to spend some more time playing around creating a sharp stamp-like script logo then what keeps you from doing so? And don’t tell me I’m the only one who would have guessed right that this piece is for a music group.

by Darya Snail

Simple, elegant, solar. Energy. An apparel logo.Solar_logo

by Andrew T. Matthews

So you want to make it thicker than thick? Easy, add it some, some depth and all of a sudden a you have a simple script logo, which doesn’t look that simple anymore.


by Pixies Studio

How did you like the selection? Would you like to see more? We have many more script logos in our collection. Just go ahead and check them out! More inspirational posts coming soon so stay tuned!