Inspiration: Colorful and Vivid Logos


The world as we see it, is populated by colors. Every day we see brands and businesses using colors to define their identity (for example, the famous "yellow M" of a multinational fast-food chain). Although logos are traditionally made with minimal colors, the shift towards full color is unmistakable. In fact, a recently published article by Logo Lounge states that, for many years logos have been designed with one or two colors and recently designers have begun to look at the actual surface of the shapes as an entirely new canvas and the use of color is unrestrained. The article goes on to say that, rainbow-like color is often used to represent the concept of a full spectrum, more choices, or additional capabilities. In this compilation we present to you a selection of colorful and vivid logos that are fresh, inspiring and push creative boundaries.

Colorful Geometric Logos

Circles, ovals, squares, and triangles are very effective in logo design. These shapes can be combined with each other and beautiful colors to achieve unique and attractive designs. You may notice, many of these logos use almost all of the seven spectrum colors.



Star Creative

Agent Orange Logo Logo

Common Wealth Development







Fundacion ADAR


Good Together




Brite Click

Collective Feedback

Hudson & Hobson logo proposal

North Color

Colorful Text and Text-Shape Logos

Text-based logos are the logos made form words or letters. Below you will see a selection of text-based logos with attractive colors that go beyond the text itself and make them visually appealing.

Beyond Media Inc



Instituto Portugues



Michael Spitz V2

Vivid Ways


Along with attractive colors and type, the Odigo logo is also an awesome ambigram: turn this logo design upside down and you will see that it reads the same both ways.


Fete Event Marketing

101 Princess St

Colorful Illustrative Logos

Illustration-based logos are often complex, and require a full color palette. Here you will see a selection of lively and engaging logos that use vivid color combinations and are a feast for the viewer's eyes.

Discrete Idea

Andy Fiord Studio

Foto Skrydis


Media Factory


Art Hive

Koloroo Logo

Creative Atelier

DoDo Birdy

Tullamore Estate


Illusion Studio

Creative Dog


Web Designer Wall

iDream Images


Liga Podarkov



Avenue Interactive

Talk City

BigSiteCity Logo Design


Salomon Urraca


Attractive colors combined with gradients and transparency in Exadrop logo evokes a sense of space and gives it a 3-Dimensional look.

Creator Lady

Travel World


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