SunBaby – A stunning yet simple logo design for a baby blanket company along with package design. Logo incorporates the important elements of the business – a baby, the protecting blanket and a radiant sun.
Baby Choice – Using cliches in an elegant way, we created this icon to represent the make and female babies for this web 2.0 company.
Booya Babies – A fun and exciting cartoon mascot of a baby represents this baby clothing label. The baby logo is quite appealing to the target market.
The Travelling Baby – A baby stroller company that creates buggys and stroller that are travel friendly needed a simple yet iconic logo to represent them.
Babies Beginning – We created a bold logo and identity for a baby bedding company. The logo communicates the warmth and connection of the baby and the parents via an abstract pillow, hinting at night time bed stories etc.
Crazy Baby Mamas – Featured on Bossip.com and various radio shows, “Crazy” Baby Mamas was co-founded by Melanie Bent & Max Laine who are authors of the book, Are You A “Crazy” Baby Mama? A Handbook For Single Moms. It’s about Breaking The Cycle and learning how to Love Yourself. The client wanted a strange yet familiar looking design and we came up with this winner!
Merry Poppins Drop In Daycare – A fun and whimsical daycare center, the client wanted a logo that was magical and appealing to the both the parents and the kids. The result was an icon that has a play on the words with the umbrella from Mary Poppins but the silhouette of the owner holding it and jumping with joy. A few balloons and kid friendly colors make this a winner.
4Babies – A 2010 GDUSA Award Winner, this simple logo features text which is childlike and fun, in a lower case font with friendly rounded edges and the image of a child chasing a butterfly implying a sense of innocence and wonder, while the pink color will appeal to expectant moms and their families, who are the main target market.
Lollipops & Giggles – A children’s resale boutique, this client provides new clothes, toys and equipment at affordable prices to residents and visitors of Worcester County. They have a play area with a television to entertain children as their parents shop. We created a retro looking logo with a lollipop and a huge smile to represent the simpler times when every one had fun.
Practical Princess – This children’s themed party costume boutique wanted an elegant image of a princess. The result was an iconic line art representation of a princess in an elegant pose with a rich and upscale font treatment.
Junior Zoo – A small petting zoo and education center, this client wanted a modern looking almost emblem like logo that would work well on stickers and t-shits. We created this icon with the negative spaces showing an elephant and a giraffe and chose a font that was clear to read and would work well on merchandizing.
Baby Logo Samples | Child Logo Examples
When creating a baby or child related logo Design it is very important to keep in mind the target market. Even though some of the services or products are aimed directly at the children, in most cases, especially for baby services and products, the target audience is the “parents”.
The colors used in these logos have to be bright and happy. For example “Booya Babies” logo above has a very nice and simple baby illustration and used yello, red and blue to bring out a bright and happy message. The illustration is also quite cute. In this case it is not apparent what the company does when looking at the logo.
The message the client wants to give out for a baby logos or child related product or service is very important. This can be seen in the “Hip Baby” logo design. Even though the company name has the word “baby” in it, the client did not want to see any images of babies in the logo. They wanted to come across as a company that specializes in clothing first and foremost and the issue of babies was secondary.