Brands communicate and their one stop shop of communication is their Logo. The more effective a logo is the better is their communication with their consumers. A logo is an important visual for a brand.

A logo could be letters synchronized in the best way possible or, some picture that communicates the meaning of the brand and their style best. A logo should have the right colours and fonts, in case of letters, to appeal to the audiences. If the shades are mismatched or have some shades of their competitors, you could be mistaken for some other brand. Unique colour combination with stylish visuals make up for a good logo!

In the recent times, you would find a lot of brands using animals in their logo. Even if their brand has nothing to do with animals, you would find a certain animal in their logo. This is because of the characteristics that these animals tend to communicate. You would find a pig or a fish or a dog in the logo of certain brands that are stylish in their looks and colourful in their visuals. You would find these logos being remembered.

You might not be able to identify the animals right away as they are artistically portrayed. The reason for animal logos is the characteristics of the animals that the company wants to portray as theirs. Many graphic designers have come up with a variety of animal centred logo designs that would effectively communicate your brand’s image as logos.

Animal centred logo has been a hit since the 20th century. Some popular companies like WWF, Ferrari chose animal as a logo. Some of the most popular animal centred logos are as follows:

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These logos became so popular that people can instantly recognise the name of the company. These logos were enough to inspire thousands of logo designers across the world to use animals on their logo design project. Check out these amazing animal centred logos created by designers from across the world. Let us know which of them you liked the most or opt to even buy.

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Janice Noel is a creative writer and web designer from Texas. She loves graphic design and spends her time designing cool logos for her client. She loves to read DesignModo web design blog which shares valuable web design tips and freebies eventually.

Janice Noel – who has written posts on Demortalz – Get Inspired.