Recent Dance logo designs
Show Dancers in Action
Many dance logos use silhouettes of dancers for good reason. It instantly showcases the style of dance offered at your business. A dance center catering to couples can show a duo ballroom dancing behind their company name. A studio training up and coming ballerinas can include an image of one starlet dancer striking a perfect post. The movement of the dancer, as well as the style of clothing, can indicate your dance style specialization. The dancer also adds movement to the design, as the viewers' eye tends to follow their outstretched arms or pointed toe. You can angle the dancer in a way that their motion draws the viewer's eye to your company's name.
Use Bold Colors
Good dancing is about passion. No one wants to watch a passive, detached dancer. No dancer wants to simply go through the motions in an apathetic way. Your company is inspiring passionate dancing, which can be reflected in your color choices. Vibrant colors like red and black symbolize passion and emotion. Eye-popping colors like teal and hot pink add some vivacity to the image. Bright colors can be a way you emphasize your business' commitment to inspiring passionate dancing, making them a great choice for your logo design.