Inspired by a blog post on Logoholic (an old logo blog we used to publish) from several years ago, here is an updated collection of amazing letter logos for branding inspiration. A lot can be said for a simple, one-letter monogram logo design, so here are our favourites for each letter of the alphabet. Click for more information, including the logo designer and the project details. If you need help with a custom logo design for your business, be sure to get in touch with Inkbot Design to request a quote. Enough talk, let us look at the most amazing letter logo designs online!
Amazing Letter Logos – Monogram Logo Design Inspiration
a / astronaut logo design by Dmitry Stolz
A by Kakha Kakhadzen
Coding A by Victor Belinatti
Letter A made of code! I used sublime text for inspiration, haha. Hope you guys enjoy it!
letter A by Yuri Kartashev
A by Ignas
B logotype by Nick
Bettr Logo Design by Marco de Sousa
Logo mark for Bettr Bank
Bluebox Logo by Mateusz Nieckarz
Bluebox deals with transport & shipping for commercial sector
‘BlueFrog’ Unused Logo by Jord Riekwel
A thing I did for a client, via an agency. The client decided to go with something else. I seriously love this one, hope it will end up being used.
b + person by Bauke
Another concept for the human resources company. This time with a lowercase B and one person in the negative space.
Letter C + hills by Milosz Klimek
Sign created for sport/recreation resort based in Poland. Two main hills in the resort (a bigger + a smaller one)
C Logo Design by Damian Kidd
Working on a letter C mark.
The concept is DNA, the building blocks of what makes us (nothing to do with science). The C mark represents a molecule that carries most of the genetic instructions used to develop and function at a higher level.
C for Cathedral by Kakha Kakhadzen
C icon by TIE A TIE by Aiste
Letter “C” icon. Rejected proposal.
Celilo Builders Final Design by Lucas Fields
D Wing by Stevan Rodic
D+ by Aaron Johnson
Unused mark from some type recent exploration.
Gothic D Logo Design by Ernest Grenader
D + finger icon by TIE A TIE by Aiste
2 in 1 logo design showing a pointing finger and “d” letter. This Icon is constructed following golden ratio proportions.
Diet Planet by Vladimir Biondic
E For Elephant by George Bokhua
Eat letter E by Yuri Kartashev
EvoScale by Sean O’Grady
Logo & branding just completed. EvoScale is a cloud-based management application for HAProxy.
Letter E by Vladimir Biondic
E by mase
Flaner by whãrf
Brandmark for photo sharing app
Mark Direction: Traveling Fireflies + Monogram F + Connection
Firefly is an employee engagement app that encourages employees to communicate with team members and access company information from any location.
Fiuze by Yossi Belkin
Fixed Group logo by Logo Lord
Using the classic Hamburger menu icon to show the F shape.
Unused mark created for an educational foundation.
G / Logo by Matthew Wiard
Another stylized G for something golf related.
Letter G Logo by Case Morton
Working on a mark for a new project. The product name starts with a G
G Logo Design by Kakha Kakhadzen
Gate concept by Sergey Yakovenko
G + gate. Logo mark concept.
G – Monogram Logo by Vaibhav Jadhav
Logo concept for a consultancy firm. The challenge was to make “G with Growth, Youth & Dynamic” into the symbol. Have you seen anything close to this and what are your overall thoughts?
Handy H icon by TIE A TIE by Aiste
Logo design with a negative space showing “H” letter. Two hands together creates H letter.
Letter H Logo Design by George Bokhua
Honey H Mark by Kyle Anthony Miller
New logo mark for an organic honey company
H / Box Logo Design by Mateusz Nieckarz
Houston Law Firm by Maskon Brands™
Letter I Logo Design by Stefan Ferencz
36daysoftype I by Iulian Fediuc
‘I’ by Jeffrey Herrera
Letter I Logo Design by Johnathon Simmons
i for impact by Sean Ford
Logo proposal for a building services company.
J Logo Design by Glenn Catteeuw
A logo proposal for a painter.
JRL Strategies Final by Ryan Prudhomme
Final approved mark for the JRL strategies logo refresh. Always enjoy getting to revisit past projects when I get the chance.
Jacquard by Kevin Burr
After some long and thoughtful discussions, the client decided to move to another one of the comps presented during the initial logo proposal. We both felt this was a better fit for him and that the J mark would be more effective as a standalone mark.