Have you ever felt that your logo needed a little bit spicing up? While exploring the majestic world wide web, I came across a very interesting article that showcased multiple different Photoshop templates to add your logo into to make things a little bit more interesting.
The article (20 Free PSD Templates To Mockup Your Logo Designs) by Iggy, shows templates that are easy mockups for your design. Iggy mentions that have an impressive logo like these unique designs can be very eye-opening to employers and quite tasteful.
All the templates can be found right here for download, and the best part is that they are all free! We all love free downloads. The ones below are just my personal favorites from the entire list.
This is a window sign template that looks like the logo has been pasted on the glass door. This design has so many different elements with the reflection on the glass, the blurred across text, and the mirror effect from the other side. Overall, just a very beautiful and different design that is sure to set you apart.
Guys, come on. Would you just look at this? How cool would it be to have your logo presented that looks like it is pressed into cardboard like a package? Your logo with this 3D format could be used for almost anything. It might even be cool just to have your name pressed into cardboard.
I honestly cannot get over the details in this mockup. The actual wood background, and the faded, chipped paint on the logo. This is a refreshing vintage mockup that would be perfect if wanting to apply for a position relevant to packaging, or repurposing.
Okay, now this is a game-changer. This is a clean, classy, and unforgettable design. It is extremely professional and any logo in the form of silver foil is going to stop traffic. Business professionals, have you snagged this template yet because this has “they mean business” written all over it.
Thank you so much for checking us out! Be sure to check out the original list of free templates to see all the designs before downloading the zip file.
Actions speak louder than words, but not when you have the right font.” – Yours truly