Colorful Logos for Inspiration


By , April 12th, 2014 , Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , 0 Comments

We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Some of these are bold and bright, while others possess more muted colors, but each of them have been designed beautifully with extreme care and detail.

Theres something quite fun and invigorating about a design that isnt afraid to use a plethora of colors. Enjoy!

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Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos

Inspiration: Colorful Logos






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