Our "freeform" and abstract logos shown here are all Biz-Logo.com originals, created in-house by our own, full-time logo designers.
We don't simply replace "Company Name" with your company name and drop it in your inbox. We go much further. When you order one of our freeform/abstract logos shown on this page, you can specify your company name, other text to be included, colors and layout preferences. One of our in-house designers will send you a preview, suggest alternatives and work with you to fine-tune your logo. We only finalize it when you tell us to. There is no extra charge for all of this. It's included in the price.
To ensure that you will be able to use your logo for anything and on everything, we send the final logo files in a range of formats. As standard we send CDR, PDF, PNG, JPG and GIF, but you can also request your logo in AI, PSD, EPS, TIFF or SVG format - or any other image format. No charge for additional formats, except the ICO format which we produce separately.
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Check out the pre-designed logo process in action!
Clip art images are not unique, so by their very nature they are not suited for use in professional logo design. We do not use clip art, ever, not in the abstract logos shown here or in any of our design work. Everything is created in-house.
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Notes about Abstract Logos
Probably the greatest benefit of abstract logos is that they do not tie your company to a particular product, service or industry. With an abstract logo you are free to take your company in any new direction, at any time, and you don't have to change your logo. All the brand equity that you built up is retained.
Even though an abstract logo does not necessarily depict anything recognizable, it is still important to consider the message it conveys. An abstract logo design can still be funky, conservative, elegant, playful, modern etc. Consider what your target audience would prefer before selecting your logo.
For more information on abstract logos please see our article on abstract logos.