Logo plays a vital role in giving identity and instant public recognition to an organization, enterprise and even individuals. The demand for these symbolic illustrations continues to increase given the value it adds to consumers.
However, delivering these symbols has been quite a task for designers. The process doesn’t end from rendering the logos and finishing it; making the clients imagine how would it look like on various materials might be the hardest step to the whole process.
Great thing there are ‘mockups’. Mockups are used as prototype or sample layouts where the logo is placed on something where it will be actually used. This avoids designing a logo that ends up not suitable to a certain material, to black leather for instance.
To our designer and non-designer friends, here’s a collection of realistic mockups that would make presenting logos as easy as falling off a log.
Realistic Logo Mockup Compilation
Leather Pressed Logo Mockup
Idea Goodies – Check the link for a list of free logo mockups.
Logo On Linen Mockup
Pixeden – this mockup from Pixeden lets you present your logo on a linen giving it a creative and fashionable way.
3D Logo On Wall Mockup
Graphic Burger – Visualize your design on a wall.
Gold Logo Stamping On Leather
Graphic Twister – Impress your clients by presenting your logo on leather.
Free Gold Letterpress Logo Mockup
Graphics Fuel – Download this freebie and make your design more presentable
Logo Stamped On Leather Mockup
Graphic Burger – Make your clients imagine how would your design look on a brown leather with this mockup.
Vintage Logo On A Card Mockup
Present your logo design on a card, give branding a vintage flavor with this free mockup.
Is There Anything We Might Have Missed? Feel Free to Post Your Comments and Suggestions Below.
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