Hello Kitty logo-Hello Kitty is a fictional character produced by the company Japanese Sanrio and has long been the most popular of this company. It was designed by Yuko Shimizu and the first product, a vinyl purse, was launched in Japan in 1974 and in the United States in 1976. After the first design by Shimizu, Yuko Yamaguchi became the official designer of Hello Kitty and has over twenty years designing all kinds of products, accessories and Hello Kitty.
The character is a white cat with a very geometric anthropomorphic, with a distinctive bow or other decoration on her left ear. In 1976 copyright was and currently is a brand known globally. Hello Kitty line generates about 250 million euros a year from the sale of licenses. There is a theme park owned by Sanrio official, known as Sanrio Puroland.
Hello Kitty Logo Symbol
Hello Kitty Logo Font
The font used in Hello Kitty logo is basically ‘Japan’ that has been modified a bit to look different from the original font. In the brand name, the ‘H’ and ‘K’ are styled in Capital letters while the other letters are small. Since the ‘Japan’ font is already in bold style, the logo itself has been left as it is in bold.
Hello Kitty Emblem
Mainly, the Hello Kitty Emblem looks the same as it can be seen in the logo. However, the emblem gets some effects such as a 3D effect to make it look contrasting. Apart from this, the emblem can be customized in different color options depending upon where it is being used.
Hello Kitty Logo Color/Background
While Hello Kitty has a wide range of background and color combinations, the most common color/background combination used in the logo is black and white. Hello Kitty has a white background with the outlines of the logo in the black and red bow on her head.