10 Beautiful E-Commerce Logos and Their Websites

E-commerce has evolved substantially over the last few years. Introducing smaller brands to online sales and an extra source of revenue has totally changed the influencing game between brands. A company with a small team can now match sales that a big store can, simply by minimizing the brick and mortar setup and increasing reach through social interaction and content. I decided to find some beautiful e-commerce logos that go well with their websites to showcase to you the beauty of how it all comes together.

These shops all differ from one another and that you will see by just looking at them. Imagine being able to combine all of these sites into one. You will have one mean competitor at large…Most of these sites are run on Woocommerce and use a self hosted solution to maximize profits. Imagine being able to drive the same amount of traffic through your website as people through a daily store…You will end up with more sales if your readers start to engagement with your brand on a social level.

If you were solely reading this post for logo inspiration, I would rather recommend that you checkout our logo design category on Creativeoverflow to help you with that, this article is about showcasing the logo and web design together and encourage unity between branding solutions.

If after this article you’re interested in upgrading your commerce store online, I would recommend reading 6 Tips to help improve your ecommerce product pages. There are thousands of ways to do things and the best is yet to be discovered, so make sure you’re unique with your upgrades and changes to such an extent that people acknowledge you for it.

Without further or do, let’s look at the ten beautiful ecommerce logos and their websites that are joining them today.





Folk Verona






Hunter’s Wines


My Own Bike


Ada Blackjack


Best Made Company



Unfortunately BrewShop couldn’t deliver a big enough logo resolution to share it with you, but the site will do itself justice. Enjoy.


The above websites are definitely a station where you can draw inspiration from. Not only are they widely diverse, but each design carries an individual uniqueness and USP than the other. There are thousands of other shops that I could have used within this article, but these are the ones that I ended up deciding on. I can say that I love the look of everyone of them.

Thank you.

Jacques is an Entrepreneur and Founder of the An1ken Group. He recently launched a daily vlog on Youtube — JacquesvhTV. He started Creativeoverflow in 2009 as a hub for creatives. Connect with him: Jacquesvh.com - @Jacquesvh - Facebook - Instagram - Pinterest

One Comment
  1. Reply Shawn Rubel May 5, 2014 at 10:15 AM

    Zalando has a nice ‘overall’ logo, where the glossiness is on both the image and text part, makes it look really appealing. Tatchies has a nice typographical logo, love it. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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