Businesses from the great outdoors are a perfect match for the vintage logo trend because these were one of the cultures that initially pioneered this style of design. Companies associated with outdoor pursuits often have some kind of heritage behind them, which can be promoted in their logos and identities by using traditional design styles. This showcase of vintage outdoor logos features 40 designs all crafted using classic hand drawn techniques and feature common elements of trees, axes, mountains and animals.

Call of the Wilderness by Ian Barnard

Call of the Wilderness by Ian Barnard

9 to 5 Graveyard by Tom Grunwald

9 to 5 Graveyard by Tom Grunwald

Adventure Badges by Carl Bédard

Wildlife & Adventure Badges by Carl Bédard

The Mountains by Zachary Smith

The Mountains by Zachary Smith

Voyage Around the Americas by Roberto Ramirez

Voyage Around the Americas by Roberto Ramirez

Hunting Club Logo by Micah Thompson

Hunting Club Logo by Micah Thompson

Boulder by Steve Wolf

Boulder by Steve Wolf

Parkville.co Identity by Christine Calo

Parkville.co Identity by Christine Calo

Mutter Construction by Ian Williams

Mutter Construction by Ian Williams

Woodsman Icon Series by Guvnor

Woodsman Icon Series by Guvnor

Eddie Bauer Great Outdoor Adventure by Curtis Jinkins

Eddie Bauer Outdoor Adventure by Curtis Jinkins

Go Outdoors Live by Zachary Smith

Go Outdoors Live by Zachary Smith

Hoppy Camper Beer Brand by Jenny Chew

Hoppy Camper Beer Brand by Jenny Chew

The North Coast Trail Shirt by Bret Baker

The North Coast Trail Shirt by Bret Baker

The Polo Ralph Lauren Survival Guide by Joshua Noom

The Polo Ralph Lauren Survival Guide by Joshua Noom

Penny Lane by Kyle Anthony Miller

Penny Lane by Kyle Anthony Miller

The Adventure Begins by Zachary Smith

The Adventure Begins by Zachary Smith

Adventure Club by Justin Pervorse

Adventure Club by Justin Pervorse

Camp MailChimp by Justin Pervorse

Camp MailChimp by Justin Pervorse

Hunting Badge by Jesus

Hunting Badge by Jesus

Gnar Patrol by Meg Robichaud

Gnar Patrol by Meg Robichaud

Skogen Environmental by Quincy Harriman

Skogen Environmental Identity by Quincy Harriman

The True Standard by Jerrett Arant

The True Standard by Jerrett Arant

United Sportsmen of Wisconsin Lock-Up by Mauricio Cremer

United Sportsmen of Wisconsin by Mauricio Cremer

Outdoor Cafe Concept by Mihai Frigea

Outdoor Cafe Concept by Mihai Frigea

Hiking by Brian Simpson

Hiking by Brian Simpson

Over 50s Snowboarding by Angus Griffin

Over 50s Snowboarding by Angus Griffin

Yosemite by Jarrett Arant

Yosemite by Jarrett Arant

Buck Tales by Mike Bruner

Buck Tales by Mike Bruner

Yellowstone by Jarrett Arant

Yellowstone by Jarrett Arant

FCL Outdoor Lab by Filter017

FCL Outdoor Lab by Filter017

Finished by Jake Holzman

Finished by Jake Holzman

Tulmoon Logo Design by Keith Evans

Tulmoon Logo Design by Keith Evans

The Rock Field Co. by Jorgen Grotdal

The Rock Field Co. by Jorgen Grotdal

Pacificana by Jorgen Grotdal

Pacificana by Jorgen Grotdal

Logos from the Great Outdoors by Ian Barnard

Logos from the Great Outdoors by Ian Barnard

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  1. Thanks for the easter egg in the footer. I actually thought it was defaced for that split moment. Very inspired!

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  2. Haven’t looked by in a while and I’m totally in awe at the quality of your content.

    Just downloaded that huge font bundle you linked from Designcuts and am feeling really inspired by these logos. Will get my hands dirty tonight :)

    May I ask you how you generate your browser shots at line25? I see it’s not the standard browsershots plugin…

    Thanks for the great work and keep it up!

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  3. I really like the “go outdoors” logo by Zack

    I do logo design and some of these are just amazing.

    Most logos you see these days are on a transparent background and the use of a image as a background really brings some of the logos to life.

    Mike

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