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Logo Design

A logo is either just text, just a visual symbol, or a combination of both those elements. Whichever you go for, it should reflect your company – its heart and soul and its personality. We get all the nits and bits right when we design your logo. With over ten years of experience under our belt, we have created all styles and types of logos that you can imagine.

Symbol/ Icon

Icons are solid and candid depictions of a company. They frequently take the shape of a recognizable object, but it's customarily reconstructed or used in an abstract way to make it interresting. Word Mark- wordmarks spell out the name of your company. And while they might seem plain and straightforward, there's more typical than simply picking a font and typing it out.


Lettermarks are relative to symbols, but they're wholly typographical. They express a company in a simple way that uses the initials of a company's name.

Combination mark

Combination marks join a wordmark with an icon, symbol, or even letter mark. This type of logo is the best of both worlds and sufficiently descriptive.


An emblem is also built up of quite several different elements. These logos often looks similar to a badge or a seal. The best part is, it's compact. Mascot- Mascots are a fun way to represent your company as it uses a real or personified character, and sometimes even cartoons. Be it a person, animal, or cartoon, they add a personality to your business.


Minimal logos are easy on the eyes. There are nothing over-the-top and no distractive elements, only the least required ones to make a logo meaningful and attractive. Minimal logos avoid frills and extras rather than cramming a bunch of pieces together—like multiple fonts, colors, and shapes. Instead, they embody a single, fundamental design concept that can be used across backgrounds and mediums.


Bohemian styles are characterized by a lack of structure, opting instead for lighthearted layers of ornamentation, texture, and color. The essence of the boho aesthetic is that it's intimate and relaxed. Boho styles are not designed for any other person's pleasure but your own. It is a perfect way to design your logo if your brand has a happy-go-lucky and carefree spirit. However, these logos are equally beautiful and rather attractive for people of all walks of life.

Line Art

Line art or line drawing is a logo that consists of clear straight or curved lines laid against a background, without scales in shade or hue to describe two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects. Line art logos can use lines of various colors, although line art is typically monochromatic. Line art emphasizes form and drawings of several constant widths, or freely varying widths. Logos in line art are more minimal and straigntforward than other logo forms.


Your company logo sends many messages – your brand, capacity, and even market and industry. The typography, forms, and values-all play into how a client might perceive it. This is why it's essential to pick the correct logo. More than that yet, it's also necessary to have it in the correct file type. A vector logo, for example, is preferable by many designers and firms. Vector logos consist of 2D points, then attached by curves and lines based on mathematical equations. Once connected, these elements create shapes and polygons. This enables you to scale the logos and make them bigger or smaller without failing the quality.


Luxury logos are our top-rated logo service. We create a sophisticated and elegant logo for you to show off while branding. Like all others, these logos are carefully crafted to fit your brand image, but the extraordinary effort is made to make them more memorable and eye-catching.

We do not breathe in a monochromatic world. People are more drawn to attractive colors and designs. The logo that brands your package or embellishes your storefront should be created to draw attention and stimulate the curiosity of your inherent customers, helping them to at least noticing and conceivably purchase your goods.

Setting your logo on your packaging, products, social media, website, and other marketing devices, etc., is a means to promote your brand and message efficiently, whether it's on your storefront, in your clients' homes, or even online. If you've evolved your brand story and firmly tied it to your logo, everything you do and build gets associated with the logo and your brand.

Stamped on your goods, your visiting card, and your website, your logo expresses control. It can show the world and your potential clients who you are, what type of goods or service you market, or what advantage you allow consumers.

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