Italic logos

    Italic logo with the title 'Lawn and landscape company'
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    Show off your brand’s personality with a custom italic logo designed just for you by a professional designer. Need ideas? We’ve collected some amazing examples of italic logos from our global community of designers. Get inspired and start planning the perfect italic logo design today.

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    Italic logo with the title 'Logo for XI batteries'
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    Italic logo with the title 'Wordmark for a music equipment brand'
    Italic logo with the title 'Logo Concept for Online Sport Equipment Shop'
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    Italic logo with the title 'Logo design for Tutoring Services'
    Italic logo with the title 'Tidbit'
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    What makes a good italic logo?

    A great logo shows the world what you stand for, makes people remember your brand, and helps potential customers understand if your product is right for them. Logos communicate all of that through color, shape and other design elements. Learn how to make your italic logo tell your brand’s story.

    Italic logo with the title 'Logo concept for high-end surgical clinic.'
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    Types of logos

    There are 7 different types of logos. They’re all a combination of image and typography, but each gives your brand a distinct feel... Keep reading

    Logo colors

    Choosing the right logo colors can highlight your business’ strengths and help you attract the right customers... Keep reading

    Logo shapes

    The shape of your logo can tell customers if your company is friendly or serious, scientific or artistic, traditional or cutting edge... Keep reading