No matter which side of the Arts and Entertainment business you find yourself on, when you’re making a living in one of these fields (or are striving to), you’re running a small business. That includes marketing yourself. Suddenly you find you need a visual representation of your brand — ideally a mark that says it all at a glance.
Your logo typically consists of a business name (or your personal name, stage name, or pen name — whatever) plus an attention-getting graphic symbol. We’ve got some great Arts and Entertainment logo design examples for you below!
Dance studio logo example
- Symbol: Stylized ballet slipper with free-form, tapered lines that convey movement
- Color: Magenta pink symbol, staying away from pale pinks to evoke a more intense vibe
- Font: Black text; curly and feminine, contrasted with modern, rounded font for tagline
DJ logo example
- Symbol: Outward expanding sound waves to denote loud music/heavy bass
- Color: Deep red/orange that conveys excitement and energy – just what a DJ wants to incite in the audience
- Font: Black text; modern, rounded sans-serif font in all uppercase; pairs well with the rounded sound waves in the symbol
Magician logo example
- Symbol: “Invisible” magician with hat, gloves, wand, and shoes – conveys a fun, entertaining vibe
- Color: Black symbol for clarity and to contrast with main text color
- Font: Quirky, whimsical font with irregular spacing and letter placement contrasted with straight serif font for tagline; deep purple main text, a color associated with mystery and magic; black text for tagline
Musician logo example
- Symbol: Acoustic guitar silhouette with white “shadow” and color block
- Color: Teal/blue guitar symbol (blue is associated with tranquility and calmness, like acoustic music)
- Font: Simple serif font in all lowercase looks modern and distinguished; black text reads as professional
Event/artist promotion logo example
- Symbol: Star with steps, denoting a rise to stardom – perfect for a promotion company
- Color: Red symbol conveys passion and intensity
- Font: Uppercase, boxy sans-serif font in dark gray for main text grabs attention
These examples barely scratch the surface of how varied and diverse the possibilities for Arts and Entertainment logo design are. No matter what your specialty or act is, we’ve got a great symbol to convey it in our massive library.
Click the link below to make your own logo now! The low-resolution file is absolutely free. Once you download your free logo, you’ll have the option to come back and buy the high-resolution, vector, or social media-optimized logo files anytime you like. Now let’s see what you can come up with!