After a few years of handling cartoon logo requests, I realized that there are a lot of clients that are in the market for a podcast cartoon logo or cover art. I created this page specifically to cater to future podcasters, or podcasters who are currently trying upgrade their brand by creating a unique podcast logo.
In any podcasting platform whether it be Apple, Google, Spotify or Anchor FM, the podcast cover art stands out because at first glance, it is the only way you can communicate what your podcast is all about to the possible listener. It gives them a visual cue as to what the vibe is when listening to your podcast. After all, not only the content matters when it comes to podcasting. The way the information is presented in your show is important to your audience as well. This is where the podcast logo is most useful. I can use the analogy of a boutique, and your podcast logo is like your window dressing on your shop’s window. Before coming in, or for your audience “listening in”, they would like a visual preview of what is in store for them.
A cartoon logo can communicate a richer personality than simply just the title of your podcast. First of all, a cartoon logo that includes your likeness already has an advantage over simply a text logo: it includes yourself as you appear. Taking this further — since your are represented by a drawing it can be drawn in a way that attracts other people to your personality or the way you see the world. Finally, a cartoon podcast cover art can be more visually appealing for most people versus a simple text based logo.
Some famous podcasts that use a cartoon podcast logo:
And many other podcasts.
So if you’re not yet convinced I’d offer you check out my reviews and samples to convince you! I look forward to working with you in your very own podcast logo.