We just love logos in all their shapes and forms. Logo's are a "message in an icon". They have meaning. They are a wonderful artform. They are a visual language that we all understand across the social, language and cultural divide.
They are marvels of design.
At Logosauce we're celebrating logos and the special group of designers that create them. You can find a vast array of logo designs, view individual designer's portfolios from around the globe, run your own logo design competition, and much more.
And we'd like you to join us.
It's all about the logos! Here are some of our favourites:
Buy a stock logo
Royalty-free stock logos. Simple pricing. Download immediatley or have the artwork customised.
Find a designer
Need a logo designer? We have thousands from all around the globe to choose from.
Run a design contest
Want a new logo? It's easy and fun to run a design contest or competition. Guaranteed results.
Find design clients
Are you a designer? Love logos? Want more design work?
To free logos from the hidden depths of the designers hard-drive.
To expose logos great and small to the world for comment and adoration.
To inspire great and fantastic logo design.
To give logos their provenance and lastly to show people the path to enlightenment and more importantly to the source of the very logo artwork itself!
Who is Logosauce™
Logosauce is from New Zealand, invented by design and brand geek David Vaassen (ably assisted by Matthew Ravenhall and others) in 2006.
Logosauce was the result of frustration over finding (or rather not finding) the source of brand artwork for customers, clients and projects.
Initially the plan was to provide a simple brand directory (like a yellow pages for brands) with contact info for the brand owner. Alas, unfortunately most brand owners are useless when it comes to brand stuff and have little idea where to find artwork, let alone what a vector file is!
So it was obvious that we had to get the designers themselves involved.
So Logosauce evolved into a place for logo designers to not only point people to the source artwork, but to showcase their designs, admire others, comment and discuss logo design and hopefully get some inspiration.
We hope that designers will come (in their millions !) and showcase their beautiful designs, whether it's a commercial logo or just a concept that has never seen the light of day.
Later we added Design Competitions as a way for designers to practice their craft while making a little pocket money and a way for prospective clients to crowd source a new logo design.
We aim for the site to be free forever with a little support from paid options; commission on logo sales, admin fees on competitions, etc (and maybe advertising - although we'd rather not have ads everywhere cluttering up the place).
Oh and lest we forget, we love logos.