New Zealand is a place that puts a huge amount of value in national symbols. The silver fern is the most prominent among these - as you'll see in this roundup, Kiwis find many ways to work the fern into their logographs, from the straight-up implementation in the All Blacks logo to the clever integration of grapes and fern in the New Zealand Wine logo. Others play on symbols of the Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand - otherwise known as Aotorea in the native tongue - as you'll see in logos such as that of the New Zealand Warriors. Check out these thirty Kiwi logos for some Down Under inspiration.
Sidebar: Okay, we know the Rugby World Cup isn't a Kiwi logo strictly speaking, but given the tournament has reached a state of fever pitch in 'the island of the long white cloud', we couldn't help but include it. If you're rugby mad like us, please check out our blog post on 20 Rugby World Cup Designs!
Did we miss any iconic and inspirational New Zealand logos? Let us know in the comments!
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Written by DesignCrowd on Tuesday, October 11, 2011
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These logos are great especially those with black backgrounds. They are stylish and very professional looking. Thanks for this post.
New Zealand is a great country and I understan why they put value in national symbols.Regards