Unlike traditional two-dimensional (2D) logos, 3D logoshave an additional visual dimension that makes the design explode off the page. Have you ever watched a 3D film? The same technique will be used, but your audience will not need to wear red and blue spectacles to witness the impact.
"If 3D logos are so appealing, why isn't everyone utilising them?" you might wonder. Despite the benefits we just discussed, there are some downsides as well.
Unlike flat logos, 3D logos frequently include a lot of intricate detail—which is required to provide the 3D effect—and scaling down your design on, say, business cards might be difficult.