What industries use?
As we’ve already mentioned, you can only use the image of a king on permission. While few brands are granted such a privilege, others have to search for other ways to express their personality. For the most part, businesses use the image of a mature, good-looking man wearing a crown. This is the common choice of barbershops, men’s beauty salons, and manufacturers of men’s grooming products and sports accessories.Here’s a curious observation. Companies that choose royalty-themed logos, work hard to maintain their flawless reputations and top quality of their goods and services. In this sense, brand identity disciplines a company, motivating it to remain at the top of its game.
How to choose the right elements?
Instead of a king, many businesses use a crown as the central element of their visual image. For example, the attention-grabbing Rolex crown is an example of exceptional branding. Like the Swiss watch brand, don’t be afraid to combine a crown with other accessories that stand for royalty. Can’t decide which font to choose? Explore hand-written, refined typography solutions.You must’ve seen a logo used by the Swedish car manufacturer SAAB. Lions, the king of animals, looks like a great design solution!
How to choose the right colors?
Be careful with colors. Consider using dark red, black, white, and gold. Profound and expressive, these shades communicate power and elegance at the same time.
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