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By Tara Hornor

50 Inspiring Nature Logos

By Tara Hornor
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Whenever I’ve got a client that wants a very specific type of logo design, the first thing I do is research, research, research. In this case, a client wanted a natural-looking, “green” logo design. So, I pulled together a big list of logos from which I could get inspiration and aid in guiding the client.

Sometimes, I pass the research on to my client to get us both on the same page. Often, they’ll point out a specific few that they like, giving me a lot of clarity into what they’re looking for in their own logo.

In the roundup below, of course, there’s an obvious pattern of greens and browns in the designs. There are some exceptions like the Blue Oak logo and Gas Natural. You also can’t help but notice the “swoop” in the more leafy designs. But, notice the exceptions to this in the logo designs of Werner, Coastline, and OLT where they have hard lines and sharp points. Enjoy!

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Ecobox


Benevolence.tv


Werner Lumber Company


Coastline Industries


Encon


BlueOak Contruction


Outdoor Living Today


Green Eagles Development


EvoTweet


Hardtree


Tee


Tulipa


BioRegions


Vox Verde


EcoDiva


TreeGuard


Love Nature


Bio Hotel


AIDC


Naturally Essential


World 2012


Natural Art Images


Natural Design


Swanleaf


OdoroxAir


Xmasong


Big Colors


Beetle Nut


EcoCluster


Sunbrick


Suncity


Cyclic Energy


Newleaf


Costa Rica Tour


Fresh Foods


Pure Oils


Optimal Organic


Artisan Organics


EcoAmmo


Freshleaf


Life Church


Envato


Green Planet


Green Thumb Social Icon


Clean Integration


Econotable


Green Tech


Cibo Naturals


Natural


Lume


Gas Natural


Notice any patterns that I didn’t point out? Let me know which were your favorites and if there are any that you think are not effective designs for a green business.

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