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It can be difficult, sometimes, to get the personality of the business across in a logo, but this is especially true of companies that have an interesting, fun & quirky atmosphere.

One of the most effective ways of producing a logo that’s full of personality is to hand-draw it – whether it’s full of elegant swirls or tiny imperfections that add to the feel of it. Bold, bright colors can help to make it stand out, but for a logo with a big dose of personality it’s hard to beat a good illustration.

We’ve selected a showcase of logos that use illustration and hand-drawn designs to add flourishes, and help them to stand out from the typical corporate brands.


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About the Author:
Alex writes for printing company Print Express, who specialize in flyers, business cards & newsletter printing. In his spare time he practices his Photoshop skills and learns to play the guitar.
  • petter

    hello
    please put the link of all photo in a RAR file!

    thnx alot

  • http://www.medialoot.com Jenn Staz

    I love hand drawn stuff. I really appreciate the Omelette Bistro one, as well as Mammoth pub. The simpler, the better!

  • http://sepiariver.com Sepia River Web Design

    Hand-drawn designs bring artistry, texture, and manual craftsmanship back to the web. Thanks for this roundup!

    P.S. There’s a knitting shop that has a neat hand-drawn logo: http://threebagsfull.ca