30 Creative Tradesmen Logos
When you think of tradesmen you may think of waiting for hours, work left half done or not done at all, being overcharged and leaking pipes. When you see a tradesmens logo you should never think those things. In fact a tradesmens logo (in my opinion) should bring forth images of strength, capability and quite possibly a good looking guy (with his shirt off) fixing things around the house or alternatively driving heavy machinery. Tradies should always be able to present a front of solidarity and capability and their logos should follow suit. If a logo is what represents their business the logo has to show their strengths and not present any weaknesses.
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The following 30 Logos represent strength, capability and the nature of a tradesmans work
30 Tradesmen Logos
Meadville Land Service
Mr. Get It ready
I Could Do That!
Douglas Sand and Stone
EPM Stone Crushers
Pellitteri Waste Systems
James Forbes Plumbing
Olympia Building Supplies
Davis Group General Contracting
Visionary Home Builders
Micheal Parks Construction
Moss Creek Lumber
G & T
Karpentera Custom Carpentry
Is your tradesmen a capable, handy and intelligent one? Is their logo suitably attired? A tradesmens logo could do a lot more than represent their business if it is presented as well as the above logos.
OMG! Did they really spell “Michael” wrong on the Michael Parks Construction logo??
Thanks for sharing these Creative and Unique Logos :)
There’s some nice work in there. I prefer the more simple work because some of the Photoshopy type of effects can be hard to replicate in some marketing mediums. I’ve worked in embroidery and screen printing and some of the backgrounds couldn’t be used at all. For on-screen presentation they look great though. Nice work.
These are great. I agree…I tend to go for the most simple versions, but all are still designed very nicely. This will help in my logo resource files as I start to design more and more logos. Thanks for posting!