Printing logo design inspiration
Make it eye-catching
Incorporating a spectrum of colors into your logo helps to sell printing services. Even using one or two spot colors in sharp graphics can establish your credentials. Colored fonts are an ideal way to incorporate color into a printing logo, particularly if you are going with a wordmark style. Using negative space is also recommended as it impresses a design sensibility that speaks to the marketers who often use printing services, and is particularly useful when creating mono, or black & white, logos.
Include the word print
It might seem obvious, but unless you are an established brand or sell an identifiable product or service, it is hard for a logo to communicate what your business is. Printing companies often overlap with design studios and packaging companies by offering a range of services, and the iconography used can be similar. If printing is your main business, you need to establish that by either using it in your name or in a strapline or subheading below your logo.