Creating innovative designs for any company or organisation is always fun and challenging. There are numerous options available for free download and then recreating or customising them over the editing software to make them look exactly the way you want. Whether you are attempting to create a maritime look or want to give a unique design to the company’s logos, the nautical roundup looks coloured with the bright blue or white shades, always give a positive and sophisticated look to the brand you are presenting.
by Chad Casper
by Scott Hill
by Téo Brito
ArtSailing by Voxsix, Destination Philippines by CreativeGreg, Lasarte II by RCorrie, Partnership by Grigoriou etc. are some of the great works of boat logo which can be the pillars of inspiration for any designers. No matter how experienced you are, it is always nice to refer to the great works and study them before actually presenting them to the client. Every logo has some hidden meaning which could either be the company’s motto or the company’s name in a curvy font so that customers can immediately relate to when they look at the logo.
by Matt Brooker
by Sean Fox
From a designer’s perspective, the boat logo or the ship logos are generally used for the marine companies or the companies which will represent any business dealing with aqua-time businesses. However, it could also mean something which represents its adaptability to stay in the competition no matter how treacherous the tide is! The colours of the logo and the typography should be carefully selected complementing the nature of the organisation. A simple shape can be creatively designed with Photoshop and customized accordingly.
by Marko Jotic