13 vintage logo badges we’re loving right now

The vintage logo badge look has been on the rise for the past few years. Whether you’re looking for a “hipster” or minimal feel, clients are eating this trend up. Easily stamped on all sorts of branding, it’s a versatile way to gives designs a simple and stylish flair.

Bottle cap edges, intricate details and bold lettering spearhead this style, but the challenge lies in how to fill in the logo badge to make it unique. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite logo badges on 99designs. Check them out below!

Digital Barbershop


Designer: Gorcha
Contest: Blend Old-School Barbershop Imagery with Modern Video for Digital Barbershop!



Designer: indra kh
Contest: Create a classic logo design for a Utah distillery in canyon country.

Appalachian Gear


Designer: Darose™
Contest: I’m looking for a relevant but vintage logo that captures the Appalachian Mountains.

Fry Natural Farms


Designer: Agi Amri
Contest: Create a Vintage Farm Logo



Designer: Minoguel
Contest: Create a logo for a Juice and Coffee store, trying to attract hipsters

Julia O Test


Designer: AnaLogo
Contest: Clean, modern logo/badge for San Francisco photographer

Ashdown Brewing Company


Designer: stela
Contest: Help a new Craft Brewery design a vintage style logo

Craft Beverage Association


Designer: STOUT
Contest: Craft Beverage Logo

Stillwell Casting


Designer: Mozy1
Contest: Updated/new art deco/modern-vintage logo needed for South’s best Casting Agency

The Mint Co.


Designer: phete
Contest: Create the next logo for The Mint Co.

Nonna Nieta


Designer: muszaj
Contest: Create a capturing logo that describes the nature of Nonna Ninetta

Bleeding Heart Brewery


Designer: CreaTank
Contest: Bleeding Heart Brewery

Mojo’s Cafe


Designer: amehs
Contest: Rebrand a restaurant/wine lounge for an award winning casual eatery/wine lounge

Do you think logo badge trend has longevity? Share your opinion in the comments!

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Kelsey Bryant
Kelsey Bryant

Kelsey is 99designs' Designer Marketing Manager. Born and raised in a small town in Connecticut, she moved to San Francisco in 2009 with a degree in Strategic Communications from Elon University. When she’s not running the designer blog, you can find her exploring the city, taking weekend road trips, and soaking up that California sunshine.

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