As far as fun emblems are concerned, you don’t have to use clowns, buffoons, cartoon characters, smiles, and other images that are traditionally associated with amusement.There is a bunch of original ideas that can bring a smile to your customers’ faces and make the world a better place.Let’s have a break and take a look at the logos that turned out to be funny against their creators’ will. The Field Center for Children’s Policy, Mon-Sat Antenna, Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission, Brazil Institute for Oriental Studies, MegaFlick… We bet these design failures will make you laugh!
What companies use?
Fun-themed signboards are suited for pet shops, bars, cafés, and restaurants. We can’t get enough of the adorable sushi mascot designed for the Napoleon Sushi Bar. If you are into unconventional ideas, check out the intricate skull emblem of Catrina Red Ale. What a piece of art! It doesn’t look scary at all?Humor has no limits. You won’t find a one-fits-all design solution for your fun emblem. In fact, the best piece of advice is not to overdo it. When designing a fun logo, make sure your target audience will understand your humor. Otherwise, you risk damaging your business reputation.
How to choose the right colors??
If you’re running a children’s store or amusement parks, your corporate identity must scream “funny”! Come up with a memorable brand name and draw a unique mascot to represent your company. To translate cheerful vibes, be sure to employ a rainbow color palette that will appeal to both kids and adults.
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