24 company mascots that have great character

If you could represent a company in one way… how would yo do it? If you’d use a mascot, you’re not alone. Today we’re rounding up a wide collection of company mascots from 99designs that have real character.

From cutesy animals to corporate figureheads, here are some of our favorite mascot designs from the 99designs community.

Superpowered

Designer: Hendy O2H-art
Contest: Create a logo to comfort, inspire and empower sick kids and lift their spirits

rsd

Designer: HeyEksa!
Contest: Create an amazing logo and website

capt

Designer: DinoDevilDesign™
Contest: Create a logo design for CaptainCash !

Strictly corporate

Designer: sara wafik
Contest: expex mascot

Designer: Hazel Anne
Contest: Love beards, cute animals, and tech? Give slidr.io a fun mascot logo

cesar

Designer: Konyil.Iwel
Contest: Mr. Cesar College Counselor

formchuck

Designer: Rista12
Contest: Create a cute woodchuck animal logo for FormChuck

Experimental

pop

Designer: KreatanK
Contest: Need a fun, creative, and cute logo for a Japanese Candy store!

deal

Designer: Agrii
Contest: DealSmarter — EPIC LOGO NEEDED FOR NEW DAILY DEAL SITE!!!

hyp

Designer: utuy
Contest: Create a hip logo for a startup building technology that focuses on social impact

elem

Designer: Hazel Anne
Contest: Science based company looking for exciting logo!

Monstrous

gamez

Designer: oink! design
Contest: Gamezaur | LOGO | Mobile Games Development Studio

monster

Designer: deDORARPOL
Contest: Rebranding CPA Affiliate Network with new name and logo

insurance

Designer: Ricky AsamManis
Contest: Awesome monster logo wanted for InsuranceMonster.com

media

Designer: Valentina Malkova
Contest: Media Creature Properties needs a new simple Creature logo

Tech-savvy

robo

Designer: thisisremedy
Contest: Logo for Educational Robotics Company

grow

Designer: Valentina Malkova
Contest: New logo design for the next Unicorn Startup

noph

Designer: 3dami
Contest: Palo Alto family company looking for a fun and simple character to represent our company

nev

Designer: Nextasy
Contest: Create an awesome logo for a software startup!

Animal-friendly

muxy

Designer: Lucadia
Contest: Muxy Logo and Character

bunk

Designer: Vidakovic
Contest: Create a fun character to be the face of Bunk

chompys

Designer: Hazel Anne
Contest: Chompy’s Shark Logo Contest!

locaray

Designer: KreatanK
Contest: logo for Locaray

okaland

Designer: Rista12
Contest: Awesome dog Logo for “Rad Dog”, my new dog walking biz!

Seen another great mascot lately? Share it in the comments!

The author

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 working with the designer community, you can find her exploring the city, taking weekend road trips, and soaking up that California sunshine.

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