33 Inspirational and Creative Origami Logos

33 Inspirational and Creative Origami Logos

The ancient art of origami paper folding is a precise and delicate art form. The word “origami” literally means “paper folding.” In the art of origami the artist would create a single animal or shape from a sheet of paper using precise folds and creases. In origami logos you can see what a good designer can do with just the suggestion of a piece of paper. In logo design it has become a trend to use not only a replica of origami pieces but also the suggestion of origami in letterforms and abstract images.

33 Inspirational and Creative Origami Logos

Origami can represent precision, delicacy, imagination and attention to detail whilst also suggesting shapes, objects, animals and letters. In this regard, the ancient art of paper folding has become such a versatile tool that it can be used in many ways in many logos. Origami logos can be broken down into three groups, animals and people, letterforms and abstract shapes.

Origami Animal and People Logos

PaperFrog
PaperFrog

Tammy Lenski LLC
Tammy Lenski LLC

Origamia
Origamia

Zefxis
Zefxis

CachoraBaseCamp
CachoraBaseCamp

Fox Print Paper
Fox Print Paper

Art Films
Art Films

Arhivision
Arhivision

Origami Master
Origami Master

Bureaucracy Heroes
Bureaucracy Heroes

Studio Giraffe
Studio Giraffe

Letter Forms

Wrapaper
Wrapaper

63 Bits
63 Bits

Swan
Swan

Uomme
Uomme

Egea Cosmetics
Egea Cosmetics

Maven
Maven

Massimo Marolda
Massimo Marolda

Cr8v House
Cr8v House

Kite String Studio
Kite String Studio

54MC
54MC

Eminyapi
Eminyapi

Abstract forms and Non Animal shapes

Yellow Kimono
Yellow Kimono

Sparks IP
Sparks IP

Paper Team
Paper Team

Paper Boat Concepts
Paper Boat Concepts

Right Start PM
Right Start PM

PaperGun
PaperGun

Geodetics
Geodetics

Autentika
Autentika

Open Art
Open Art

Anesh
Anesh

Studio Seven
Studio Seven

Conclusion

Paper art has moved from the physical realms to the computer screen. Can you make precise folds, creases and shapes on screen? Maybe these clean crisp logos will give you some inspiration. If you need an origami logo consider hiring a freelance logo designer or follow the steps in this origami logo design tutorial.

Emily Howman a freelance graphic designer from Sydney Australia. Emily is listed in DesignCrowd's Freelance Logo Designer directory and you can hire her (and other designers) through DesignCrowd's Logo Design service.

Comments

    • Chakib Tsouli,
    • December 31, 2010
    / Reply

    I loved the color manipulation in all these logos, very well chosen !
    Thank you Emily for Sharing :)

    PS: this article got me an inspiration overdose, i’m opening my adobe toolbox right now to do some origami wonderfulness !

    • gagsy,
    • December 31, 2010
    / Reply

    Beautiful collection of Origami logos.
    Definitely I will try to use this Origami idea somewhere :)

    Regards,
    Gagsy

  1. / Reply

    wow..extremely creative and inspiring logos..

  2. / Reply

    Very original and creative!
    Have a great 2011, Aidan and all the OXP’s writers

    1. / Reply

      @Leonardo, thanks and have a great year too!

    • Abraham,
    • January 2, 2011
    / Reply

    Exelente trabajo!!!!

  3. / Reply

    The fox one and the sparks ip ones are the best

  4. / Reply

    Was surprised to see my logo ANESH in this list of origami inspirational logos. Very proud of my work :)
    Thanks for featuring it.

    The symbol is that of the Protea Flower which is the national flower of South Africa and is a symbol used in sport.

  5. / Reply

    Thanks for commenting! I had a lot of fun researching this article and I find the origami logos intriguing and well made.
    @Kameel you should be proud of your work, it was a wonderful intricate piece that caught my eye.

  6. / Reply

    This is a great collection of origami logos… very inspiring. My favourite is Origamia Fine Papers. Thanks for sharing!

  7. / Reply

    This showcase inspired me to create my own Origami logo check it out http://namnum.net/

    • Yari,
    • January 8, 2011
    / Reply

    These are lovely, great collection.

  8. / Reply

    . Origami logos can be broken down into three groups, animals and people, letterforms and abstract shapes.

  9. / Reply

    this article got me an inspiration overdose, i’m opening my adobe toolbox right now to do some origami wonderfulness

  10. / Reply

    yellow, or give warmth like brown. The variations of the colour gives us the ability to convey different moods and impressions, this is what makes gold so versatile. Let’s look closer at how gold can be used in

  11. / Reply

    trend to use not only a replica of origami pieces but also the suggestion of origami in letterforms and abstract images.

    • su deposu,
    • July 9, 2011
    / Reply

    Origami can represent precision, delicacy, imagination and attention to detail whilst also suggesting shapes, objects, animals and letters. In this regard, the ancient art of paper folding has become such a versatile tool that it can be used in many ways in many logos. Origami logos can be broken down into three groups, animals and people, letterforms and abstract shapes.

  12. / Reply

    this article got me an inspiration overdose, i’m opening my adobe toolbox right now to do some origami wonderfulness

    • Nick,
    • September 9, 2011
    / Reply

    Great. I love reading this post. Very creative logo designs. Thanks for sharing.

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