By Akhter on May 13, 2011

55 Cleverly Designed Creative Logo Designs With Negative Space Technique

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Negative space is a technique extensively used in the designing arena to create something out of the ordinary. Designers make use of this technique to incorporate hidden messages within their design work including logo designs.

Using negative space in designing a logo is a very full of twists and turns but if done properly can always give awesome results. Negative space not only creates an catching look but conveys your message in an effective and meaningful manner. Here we have collected 55 Creative and Skillfully Designed Logos with Negative Space. Enjoy!

Franz Bernard

Kolner ZOO

Oak Bros

8 Fish


Unique Idea



Chemical design


Food Writers

Roostar 2






Logo Design


Martini House

Child of the king

Poker Hills


Exmouth Fish Co


Pacific Shore Capital

Babelfish Legal

Grace Hospice


Eaton logo

Design Swan

Vigorous Eagle Brand Identity

Announcing Brand Dialogue

GreenTree Pictures


Design Basket

Green Bird



Art Wild


Lost Children

Zig Zag Collective

American Institute of Architects Center logo

Empire Dentistry

Egg n Spoon logo

USA Network logo

Vanderbilt University logo

Anthony Lane

New Bedford Whaling Museum logo

Rocket Golf




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I liked some of these.

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Superb post and an awesome collection. Many thanks for sharing this useful resource. Kudos :)

Cool! I like the “Unique Idea”,it is great.I hope i can design some cool logo like that

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These logo designs are very clever. I read a blog a little while ago about logos not having to literally translate the name or business type, as it looks slightly cheap. But these logos cleverly do both successfully. I like the hidden imagery and translation of the company’s name with the combination of typography and imagery. It takes a lot of thought to be able to combine multiple images and text to portray a business type and name all in one. Dig a Safari are good examples of combing imagery and type, the imagery is very subtle and you have to look closely to see the images within the text. I really like the Help for African Children Initiative, the silhouettes of children making the coastline of Africa is simplistic yet effective!

The parallax effect is a personal favourite of mine and an effect that can really engage the viewers attention and add real depth to a site and best of all it doesn’t rely on flash. The first time I came across this effect was the Nike better world site which I still think is probably the best example of the parallax effect on a site. I also like how the Esteban site have used it to create a layered effect similar to that of a theatre stage. I think this is an effect we’ll continue to see more of in the future.

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