Costa Logo

Costa Logo

Costa Crociere (internationally known as just Costa Cruises) is a Genoa-based Italian cruise company, which belongs to Carnival Corporation & plc.

Meaning and history Costa Logo

 

Logo Costa

The history of the company started in 1854. Initially, it specialized in cargo ships delivering olive oils and textiles from Sardinia to Liguria.

Symbol Costa

Symbol Costa

The cruise company logo features a blue capital “C” with a funnel inside. The name of the company in a beautiful Mediterranean-style script is given below.

Capital “C” emblem Costa

emblem Costa

The capital “C” on the funnel has been the distinctive feature of the Costa’s sea fleet for decades. The letter itself is blue, while the funnel is yellow. The top of the funnel is colored black. The “C” is given in a different, simpler, font than that used for the company wordmark.

Font of the Costa Logo

font costa logo

Although there is a font family bearing the name “Costa”, which looks very similar to the Costa wordmark, they are not exactly the same. Both are contemporary Mediterranean-style typefaces having roots in the softness of Renaissance scripts and purity of Greek capital letters, yet some of the glyphs look different. In fact, the Costa typeface was created for the namesake company, yet the designers who worked on it decided to customize some of the glyphs.

Color of the Costa Logo

Color Costa Logo

The combination of blue and yellow has been the cruise company’s signature palette for many years. While the use of blue in the Costa logo seems perfectly natural, taking into consideration that it deals with the oceans and seas, yellow may be explained in a variety of ways. For instance, it may be regarded as a symbol of sunshine.