Morgue Files – Free Logos & Vector Art
Morgue Files is an old newspaper and magazine term for unused photography and editorial. Nothing wrong with any of it per se, save it was judged at the time to not be appropriate for publication. These are our Morgue Files. They are, of course, logos. And you can download them for free.
Current Morgue File collection:
We’ve added the infamous boat logo to our Morgue Files. Download a free vector version and ride the waves..
A cartoon treatment of a pair of love hearts. Looking for a Valentine’s flavored logo? This one could be the ticket..
This castoff design, originally for a networking & IT company and complete with swirly goodness, can be yours. Download away..
Zany spot illustrations of a monkey, giraffe, bull, crab, tiger and snake. Use together in a series or as standalone logos..
This linear illustration of a lion is based on a granite statue and features the King of The Jungle in mid roar. Ready for use..
This skull & crossbones artwork was created for a pirate treasure map desktop & wallpaper design but ditched at the last minute..
Concept renders originally intended for a travel agency logo that specialized in tours to the Caribbean..
Beautifully detailed illustrative approach to a horse themed logo, this design wasn’t even presented to the client…
This rejected tiger was designed for an air conditioning company. Now you can download it regardless of what you do..
The world needs a heart so we gave it one. Map of the globe inside a hand scribbled heart adds a nice international flair..
Originally designed as a sign holder for a children’s theme park, this lovable little monster can be yours. The price is right too..
What can we say about this Morgue File except it’s a globe filled with cogs and gears. And oh yeah, it’s free to download..
This muscle-bound bodybuilder was originally designed for an official bodybuilding contest poster & event..
The detail on the King & Ace playing cards is excellent – worth the download alone – as it the general setup of this as a logo..
If this little guy doesn’t melt your heart, you might not have one. Usable for a pet shop logo or related enterprise..
This design for a intellectual property consulting firm was supposed to show that they were an ‘idea’ company..
This giraffe graphic was originally intended as a sign holder. If you own a zoo, or a safari park, it might be pretty sweet..
What makes a better visual metaphor for music than a violin? This artwork would make a great logo for a related business..
This logo for a casino has everything such designs need – dice, stars, spotlights – and available in three versions..
These winged eye graphics were considered too “out there” for a security company. Perfect if you’re in the market though..
This nicely rendered pictogram of a scuba diver was originally intended for a dive store, but it’s yours if you want it…
Original designed as part of a flower shop logo concept, this rose logo was unused. So we planted it in our Morgue..
Originally conceived during a logo design project for an Equestrian Ranch, this horse artwork is watercolor like..
This logo workup was originally designed for a web networking and search directory service, hence the links..
As grim as it may sound, Morgue Files is an old newspaper and magazine term for unused photography and editorial that for one reason or another, never saw the light of day. At our studio we have an extensive archive of unused, rejected and otherwise unused logos – our Morgue Files – and rather than pawning them of as “ready-made logo templates“, we occasionally release them into the wild as downloadable vector art. And unlike most websites promising free logos that aren’t free at all, we actually mean free. No registration. No obligation. Free.
Free logos currently available for download in our Morgue Files:
“This skull & crossbones artwork was created for a pirate treasure map desktop & wallpaper design but was ditched at the last minute as being too realistic for the overall theme. We originally thought about using it as the logo for our Morgue Files itself, but didn’t for the same reason..”Skull & Crossbones
“This logo was designed for a virtual poker lounge but the project tanked shortly after this design was finalized. We’ve kept the typography intact so if anyone is starting up a casino or poker related business and the name features Ace & King, you’re halfway there..”Ace King Poker Logo
“One of the skills required by a decent logo designer is the ability to break complex objects down to simple graphic forms. One of the more complex objects to iconify are flowers in general, roses in specific. Here’s a great simplified graphic depiction of a rose in full bloom, originally created as a concept for a flower shop logo..”Rose Vector Art