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The Epic List: 100+ Logo Mockups of Every Type
Show off your brand
For designers, creating a logo is a nice challenge; what's more fun than thinking of a concept and building it from the ground up? Once you're done, how you present the logo is almost as important as the design itself. Don't worry, you don't need to create a whole mockup — we've got you covered with pretty much every possible type of logo mockup style.
One of the most important parts of making sure your hard work is appreciated is how your present the new logo to your client.
A good presentation makes a huge difference, and that is why we have collected 100 high quality logo mockups (some free, some paid) so you can cause a strong impact when presenting the new logo to your client.
The logo mockups you will find here are divided into 10 categories: Objects, 3D, Outdoors, Vintage, Stamp, Wood, Fabrics, Paper, Leather and Creative. You're almost guaranteed to find the perfect mockup for your next project.
Paper is the surface that almost all logos at some point are used and a good way to display them on this material must be by far the business cards, but there are plenty of different papers surfaces and angles to show them and make it more attractive.
For local stores or even big companies, having their logos displayed outdoors is a must. Directly painted on walls, coming out from a sign or even a wall mounted sign these mockups will become very handy to show your client how the new logo will look.
If you are looking to display your new logo with elegance, leather must be one of the best ways to make it. Although it is not one of the most used surfaces where logos are displayed, it is a classic and should be in your toolbox.
To give the impression that the new company logo you will show to your client has been around from many years and it will provide the clients the trust and confidence that the company wants to communicate, the vintage logo mockups are an excellent way to achieve it.
A good presentation, whether it's for a client or for a personal project, is super important — the first impression is the one that counts. Most of the time, as a designer, you only have to show the designs and layouts but not the final product; that's why it's a good idea to have a mockup to show off all your hard work. Plus it helps clients understand your vision better (and decreases surprises come printing time). There are so many free & premium mockups available on the web, but making your own is easier than you think! Today I'll show you how to make a poster mockup with a simple process that you can later use to make business cards, flyers, brochures or any other printing material you might need. Read more
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