72 Creative And Smart Typographic Logo Inspiration

1. Killed Productions

Who killed letter i?


2. Wrong / Right

Really smart logo!


3. TypeFACE

Typeface: word-play: face from the type and letter T.


4. Galeria 291

Just loving this logo, great stylization!


5. Twins

Very popular logo already, but thought I still share it in typography section.

Author’s comment: “Logo was made for a bold creative team consisting of two people. Two people being brothers …and fortunately born on the same day. TWINS was a suitable name for the two. To reflect the essence of the duo, a bold typeface was created to reflect the boldness of their approaches. The number 2 was integrated to show the creativeness of their ideas.”


6. TicToc Clocks

Just smart logo, which ring the bell!


7. Gizzy bear

Author’s comment: “Gizzy bear is how a little kid might say grizzly bear. Mark is a lower case g bear and paw.”

Just genious!


8. Artists United

Simple, artistic and very clever – all in one place!


9. Sticky

Very good logo – yes, sticky!


10. Snap

Oh, snap – logo with very clear message.


11. Shift


12. Time watch

Very obvious concept – great idea!


13. Upside down productions

Each letter form is either another letter or itself flipped upside down… (umop episdn)


14. M1llion


15. Fuel Fitness

Logo designed for a fitness trainer. Looks like a shoe lice presented in good way.


16. Logotomy version2


17. Microgreen

Author’s comment: “G — microscope + green = microgreen”.


18. Review Code

Author’s comment: “Concept for a consulting company”. Creative and reads very well too!


19. Looks of love

Logo for woman underwear store – I think very appropriate and elegant logo!


20. Brand


21. Height

Smart way to display Height and letter H.


22. Motion

Creative dynamic logo looking like some kind of mechanism.


23. Crown

Simple, clean yet strong mark that could be used for almost all business.


24. Precision Networking

Precision in logotype, stylized E letters and beautiful outcome!


25. HALF

Did you know how half of letters can be displayed and separated just by stylized straight, invisible line? Real beauty.


26. Coffee Cup


27. Twenty-four Seven


28. TalkMore

Already classic and famous logotype with smart little accents.


29. Invizio



How high? Smart perspective logo with depth.


31. UP

Progressive logo, I really like it!


32. EXiT

Find exit -subtle, smart accent in letter i dot, excellent logo!


33. Nosey

Type Nosey and see human face at the same time! Very inspiring!



Midwest core-clothing company – typography with obvious meaning.


35. Trust

Heavenly trust, the letters a mirrored sort of an ambigram.


36. Trust v2

Exactly opposite logo from same artist with very interesting typographic play in devil’s face.


37. ABC

Very good stylization in letters with just typography.


38. Winery

Surprisingly easy to read and eye-catching logotype!


39. Ty wood

Author’s comment: “Proposal for a photographer specialized in wedding photography”. Many circles are used in design, again surprisingly easy to read showing designer’s professionalism.


40. Kadoo

One letter stylization and professional font with good spacing can really make difference.


41. Rinke

Interesting 3D logo, though I don’t understand why letter K is accented.


42. I look Like You

Loving and sharing, simple and smart logo.


43. Moodboard

Modern, tasty logo and letter M and B uniting done in good way, a lot of circles and roundups!


44. Pepperland

How many peppers you see in this logo?


45. Jive Software

Really eye-catching!


46. Cropd

A little bit cropped logotype for photo editing and sharing web site.


47. Beeq

Interesting typography, reads the same when rotated.



Very sharp logotype!


49. Forty 7 Studios

Interesting logo, where 4 and 7 read nicely, but if you look closer you’ll also note “S” in negative space! Really smart!


50. Love Logo Designs

Do you see all the letters? Smart play with positive, negative spaces.


51. Jump

Do you see jumping guy in letter J?


52. KnockOut Design

3 letters(KOD) demonstrated in logo again using positive, negative spaces.


53. BEND

This logo really invite to take a sit!


54. GSK Models


55. FuturEarth

Smart two letter connection!


56. ZIP

You really should have seen this one, but still thought to include!


57. Juicy

Logo for club night.


58. Kooture

Author’s comment: “This is being developed for a company in the fashion clothing industry. Client wants the new logotype for Kooture to be fresh, youthful, quirky and assured chic.”


59. Spirit

Stylish and clear logotype!


60. LogoReview


61. Michael Jin Photography




63. 24/7 Pizza


64. Smokin Brands


65. KnowIT

Simple but catchy!


66. 365 Design

Look carefully at this one!


67. Ripple



Author’s comment: “ is a new brand for a seo company. The idea of this brand/logo is combination of SEO+solution. For this reason “e” + “o” in the logo are combined to form a unique letter.”


69. GreatWorx

Logo for a software and systems consultancy.


70. Parnell Dickinson

Author’s comment: “Logo for partner brokers in the livestock business. They wanted a “not so western” look and more conservative and corporate feel.”


71. Five Sharp


72. Network Expertise


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  • RuMKilleR August 18, 2013 at 7:48 am

    I need to make a kinetic typography video on my iPad for school. Is there an app that is really good for this type of thing, or similar to After Effects? Or is it even possible to make a basic kinetic typography video on iPad? Help please!

  • homerliveshere August 18, 2013 at 11:37 pm

    Any Ideas ? ,
    when i was researching futurism and one particular man “F.T Marinetti” He Started The 1st Futurism Movement Back in 1909

    “Thus began the Futurist movement of playing with type and words to make an impact on graphic design, but in a literary sense”. ( but in a literary sense) < What Does That Mean ?

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    Any Others Any One Could Help Me With Please ?

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    I have to make this poster for my Typography class in College. In which I have to write a poem but well use typographic/calligraphic skills, done by hand, not in computer. I do have my ideas but I don’t know how to make a concept or an image of envy or jealousy.
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    So, you know when they change the graphic design of a setting to say something like the actors names in the title sequence, or when typography is played with like this in live action, any references?
    There must be more!

  • Maggie October 13, 2013 at 11:41 am

    it can be similar to that typography also.

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    I am constructing a portfolio for my architectural works. I don’t know much about graphic design, or even the huge study of typography that in itself, so I need a little advice. What is the best typography for me? The requirements are:
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    I’m trying to create motion typography. I’ve tried but it only works on Apple Computers & I have a Window Computer.

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    Hello there.

    I’m currently a member of the Behance Network. A lot of my portfolio work is typography based so I was wondering how can I get my work to show on Typography Served? Typography Served is another network of the Behance Network.

    I’ve tried clicking on add work at the bottom of the page but it asks me to sign-up for the Behance network even though I’m already a member.

  • Mark November 7, 2013 at 12:26 pm

    Hello. I am doing this for research and I am having trouble finding examples of particulary bad typography. If anyone could help by posting web sites that have good and bad typography it would be greatly appreciated.

  • Sophia C November 8, 2013 at 3:13 pm

    Personally, I enjoy typography and I’m coincidentally interested in architecture. However, I don’t see where this need to write in particular styles arrives from. It seems pretentious to worry about your lettering when you should be focused on getting the measurements to your experimental suspended left atrium correct.

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    I need to start selling my ebook in my website. For marketing i need facebook account and twitter account. Well many say that it would be better if i made a logo for my business. Also these social media needs profile photo for the pages i would create.

    So, are there any restrictions to create a logo for my business? Do i need to buy license or copyrights or something like rules and regulations to accept ?

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    I’m looking to learn how to make typography videos, such as this one – but you can find other examples by typing ‘typography’ into youtube. I just don’t know what software you use to do it – any ideas?

  • Rkmc November 18, 2013 at 10:52 am

    I’ve just begun learning typography and have constructed N and H now I have to construct an O.Searched the net with no luck on its construction .

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    Question says it all. I have some Typography art that I want to sell. Is There a place to sell and make money off them?

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    I want to make Kinetic Typography in FCP because I don’t have Apple Motion . Is it possible ?

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    I need a word that is complex, that I could illustrate with typography.