I don’t know if you’ve come across Dribbble before – but if you haven’t, its a place you should add to your list of destinations for visual inspiration. It’s a place for designers to share their work and give each other feedback – but also a great place to see some amazing design work from all around the world.
I find it a great source of inspiration when it comes to logo design for churches – so I thought I would share some of my favourites.
Love the simplicity of this mark for ‘City on a Hill’. By @dubtron9000
A nice bold mark with some neatly put together type. By @camhoff
A really beautiful scripted Wordmark. This speaks of elegance with a human touch to me. By @jorddobbo
I’m a big fan of this logo. Neatly put together to call stained glass windows to mind. The slightly customised type just gives it enough personality. By @derek_hollister
A really tight logomark. And i love the joined ‘MM’ that mirrors the mountain shape. By @nathanfirth
There’s lots to interpret from this logo (new life, water & direction) but I just love the shape of it. By @plasticmind
I love the way this logo visually represents the sharing audibly of the Gospel. By @dsutoyo
Not sold on the typography of the logo – but i like this treatment of the ‘cornerstone’ concept. By @davidleininger
This custom type is simply beautiful. Nothing more to say. By @super_furry
I’m absolutely in love with this logo – the watercolours are great. And the concept of new life from a dead tree is really beautifully shown. By Luma Vine
Very abstract in shape – but I really love the look of this. By @andy_luce
Love this. A clever concept well executed. By @CadeCran
Love the merging of the leaf and the cityscape in this logo. By @jessiraejuart
Hope you enjoyed them 🙂