How To Create a Vintage Logo?

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General information

Interesting design ideas, or in fact a new style that we call “vintage” or “retro” emerged after World War II. A vintage logo design is quite a complex solution in the digital era, as it is nearly impossible to create a PSD imitation of a handmade logo with small faults in the image. Digital technologies create a perfect “plastic” quality.

Mari Bells Dinner Logo
Belmoda Logo
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First Force Logo

Public Logo

How to choose the right elements?

And when you want to create an “old school” design, it is necessary to leave room for tiny blots for the artist. A vintage style accepts no straight and sharp line breaks. All the lines should be smooth, flowing from one to another as this is what “fusion” style that appeared in the early 60s was like.Old school logos do use flashy neon colors as the chemical industry was not developed much at that time, muted beige, brown, green and classic black, and white were used most often.

Suitcase Logo
Walt Grace Vintage Logo
Vintage Iron Logo

What companies use?

The following brands are beautiful examples of vintage emblems: Tokyo Bicycles, Ashdown Engineering, Frontagers Pizza CO, and Great Alaskan Lumberjack - Show.

Tokyo Bicycles Logo
Ashdown Engineering Logo
Frontagers Pizza Logo
Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show Logo

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Before you start creating, you can familiarize yourself with the works of our users.

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