Looking at various styles of logos and setting the tone of your brand and identity design. If you’re ready to get started with your logo design we will first want to determine your brand’s style. It’s important to consider not only your own personal taste but also what will appeal to your desired target audience.

Here are some general categories and logo design examples to get inspiration flowing.


Traditional

Describing this style of logo:

  • elegant
  • traditional
  • timeless
  • classic
  • luxury
  • royal
  • historical

These logos often have serif fonts and colour palettes are often black and white. They convey a serious, professional and sexy tone.


Modern

Describing this style of logo:

  • contemporary
  • edgy
  • cool
  • fresh
  • current
  • cutting-edge
  • sexy

Contemporary logos are our favourite style to design. It’s interesting to study current trends in logo design and rise to the challenge of creating something fresh, modern, original and unexpected.

Modern logos often have bright colours or neons mixed with black and sans serif typefaces. High contrast high impact design.


Vintage

Describing this style of logo:

  • historical
  • crest
  • legendary
  • classic

Wether or not your brand is new or old this type of logo will represent history and stability. It has a trustworthy look.

Contemporary logos are our favourite style to design. It’s interesting to study current trends in logo design and rise to the challenge of creating something fresh, modern, original and unexpected.

Modern logos often have bright colours or neons mixed with black and sans serif typefaces. High contrast high impact design.


Minimal

Describing this style of logo:

  • clean
  • simple
  • geometric
  • architectural
  • abstract

A popular style of logo in Toronto, minimal logos convey a contemporary modern feeling.