Spring is here, and for many people, that means bugs are here as well. We decided to feature a few of our design team’s logo designs that feature different takes on the crawly creatures.
Here’s one that features a simple character integrated with the text to make a unique, friendly design.
This one combines an eye with an abstract bug to make a memorable unique icon.
This logo shows that a grasshopper can be depicted with a few expert strokes.
Like the grasshopper one, this shows a clean cricket with just a couple of intersecting lines.
This bug silhouette can be taken out and used separately once their brand begins to take shape. I like this one because, even though the bug is not very “n”-shaped, it reads easily because of the simple font. I also like how the font matches the style of bug really well.
One of our inhouse designers, Jerron Ames has created an impressive techy logo that has some cool shading, but is accomplished with only two colors.
Jerron does it again with this award-winning bee logo that integrates the text and graphic beautifully.
Again, there’s usually no reason to use a lot of colors in your design. Jerron uses two colors here to make a beautiful and unique ladybug.
This is by Paul. It was my first time drawing a bedbug, and I think it turned out ok.
And here’s why I came up with this post idea. The client wanted a very illustrative logo featuring a safari woman stomping on a huge cockroach. Personally I think it makes a better t-shirt than logo, but it was so fun to draw, I decided to make a post about bug so I could feature it.
If you can think of any other bug-themed logos, or you want to critique ours, please comment below.