35 Wisdom Packed Owl Logo Designs
Owls are characterized by their small beaks and wide faces, and are divided into two families: the typical owls, Strigidae; and the barn-owls, Tytonidae. As you might already know an Owls symbolize wisdom, the ability to see things that are hidden, stealth, swiftness, darkness, freedom, dreams, shape-shifting, secrets, omens, clairvoyance, astral projection, magick, deception, observation, total truth, night, death and misfortune. Got all that?
They are connected to the Underworld and the Moon. They are connected to The Goddess in general, as well as Athena, Mari, Lilith, Anath, Gwynn ap Nudd, Blodeuwedd, Yama and Cailleach.
Recently there has been a growing trend of Owl based logo designs. Companies are well aware not to offend anybody. A positive trait of an Owl is that the bird does not nod to any religious belief. LogoLounge recorded a better than 200% spike on searches for “owl” over the last two years. This should give you a swift advantage on a growing trend. We hope you will find this collection useful. Enjoy!
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Barn Owl Auctions
Paper Owl Press Logo
Owl Logo by Jacob Greif
Night Owl Society by Von Glitschka
Grey Owl Inspections by Sean Farrell
Owl / Mountain by Sean Farrell
Night Owl by Mason Yarnell
Owl by Nick Slater
Owl Upd by Ivan Bobrov
Scholrly by Michael Gluzman
TeachingShop.com by Hype & Slippers
Wise by Gert van Duinen
Owls by Srdjan Kirtic
Owl logomark by Kristian Hjelle
Kramnik by Stevan Rodic
Owlove by Den Parukedonos
Sapienti by Luiz Adelino
Buha Blog by Lumen Bigott
Kowlor Golden Ratio by Malik Dellidj
O.W.L. by Sarah Gridley
Scholarize by Menaka
Milewise by Sean Farrell
Wise Owl Club by Stevan Rodic
Forest Life by Milosz Klimek
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