28 Striking Line Art Logos – Strokes of art!

Jul 7, 2010 | Categories: Corporate Logos | Written By: Sam Anderson

Line art is not a new technique in graphic designing, but a relatively fresh concept in logo design. This skill involves the use of straight or curved lines on a plain background to carve out a fascinating logo design. The toughest element about line art logos is that they emphasize form and outline of the design over its color, shading, and texture. However, it is not necessary for line art logos to be black and white. They can be created using different color lines as well.

One of the most appropriate places of using line art logos is in fashion brands and garment shops. Line art, when used in a logo, symbolizes a thread or a string for garment and fashion brands. Although, line art logos can be made through various methods, the most difficult of them all is the continuous pattern. In a continuous line art, the logo is created in a solitary stroke of continuous line mend and bent into a wonderful symbol.

Here is an inspiring collection of 28 remarkable line art logos:



Love Clicks




The Next Zone


Two Continuous Penguins




The VIP Club


Jeff Hig






Sew Perfect






Music Junkie


Get Wired


Message in a Bottle








Loin Art




Heart Hread














5 Appreciated comments to “28 Striking Line Art Logos – Strokes of art!”

  1. Corporate photographer London Says:

    The line art seems to work better on the lighter background Velosite – Piligrim – Spoon. Nice stuff all around though- Grant

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  3. Aditya Says:

    Nice Scrolling, Very creative work, but most of the logos appeared to be of same line art. Avoid this.

  4. Karthik Says:

    I really liked Wire, Sculptor and Photoclick. gr8 post

  5. Food Game Says:

    Logos are really interesting and effective.

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