99designs Logo Store is Open For Business

By Shayne Tilley

readymade-logosA few weeks ago, Matt announced on this blog the newest offering from 99designs: ready-made logos.

Perhaps predictably, the post received mixed feedback — although at that stage only a selection of logos were on display, giving potential buyers a taste of what was to come.

Today 99designs have announced that their new logo store is now open for business. There are currently around 4,000 logos in the store by some of 99designs’ best designers, and I’m sure there are many more to follow.

The price is set at $99 for the non-exclusive rights, with an extra $199 securing exclusivity.

Whether you’re a business owner in the market for a new logo, a designer looking for a platform to sell your creations, or you just want to browse the store for some inspiration, go check it out.

  • imdesigner

    I love 99designs, this is the place where I can share what I can do.

  • Joseph Perkins

    go,go,gomez,or Jo Jo Ma…..Jp

  • Dissapointed

    I realize the fact that small businesses need logos for cheap but can someone please tell me why 99designs is making most of the profit. Pretty much all you guys do is host, provide a GUI for logo transfer and payment, and that is it. The designers, whom ironically 99designs is trying to help, get the scraps of the meal so to speak. Pathetic!

  • 99designs provides lifetime hosting, marketing, customer support, payment processing and pays all processing fees, chargebacks, refunds, etc.

    The designer does the work, and enjoys lifelong royalties from all the sales 99design’s marketplace and marketing bring them.

    That seems like most of the work, *over the long term*, is on 99designs.

  • Nice one!

  • Niubi

    Awesome site! I love it! I get a lot of my stuff from there, since it’s great quality at great prices. I also really like DubLi as well!

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