Last week, we looked at 50 black and white logos and talked about the need to design logos in black and white first so that they can be reproduced in the broadest array of media. This week, we’re looking at the flip side: exuberantly colorful logos. You might not want a logo as bright as one of these, but adding some color to your finished black and white version can help a logo pop out in a design or piece of stationery, and can be useful when surrounded by other brands. Take a look at these 50 colorful logos and tell us what you think: would your personal logo be in black and white for stark impact or use color to draw the eye?
International Management & Development
Blumen fur die Lieben
Where to tomorrow
Sweet Toof bakery
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Felix Diaconu is a freelance logo designer on BrandCrowd, a premium ready-made logo marketplace where designers sell logo templates (no logo on BrandCrowd sells for less than $250) and customers buy logo designs.