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post #316 of 487
Nothing beats Target.
post #317 of 487
Illy is definitely one of my favorite logos, as is Leica. They both posess a really perfect balance of shapes and curves, as well as a clean contrast btween the red and white. illy is like 60% red/40% white... looks really nice.
post #318 of 487
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
he sure looks less and less like the colonel. perhaps the next logo would be him in hair net and beard shaved.

He actually seems to be getting younger.
post #319 of 487
I believe General Tso is his commanding officer.
post #320 of 487
makes raping the earth feel cozy:


japanese car emblem - toyota soarer:


jap car tuner Hasegawa, Kitagawa, Sigma Auto:


jap auto wheels:
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post #322 of 487
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Originally Posted by mano
Looks like they bought the logo from a pre-made logo collection. Text looks terrible, too.
post #323 of 487
That stupid BP logo reminds me of a not so stupid logo:

post #324 of 487
Irish Blood Transfusion Service. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelican#Symbolism
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In medieval Europe, the pelican was thought to be particularly attentive to her young, to the point of providing her own blood when no other food was available. As a result, the pelican became a symbol of the Passion of Jesus and of the Eucharist. It also became a symbol in bestiaries for self-sacrifice, and was used in heraldry ("a pelican in her piety" or "a pelican vulning (wounding) herself").
post #325 of 487
I'm not particulary fond of all the monogram ridden items etc but their logo really is in a league of its' own.

Many of the logos listed here probably won't look very "right" or stylish in 20 years or so, this one will.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Gucci!

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post #327 of 487
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by reac99
I'm not particulary fond of all the monogram ridden items etc but their logo really is in a league of its' own.

Many of the logos listed here probably won't look very "right" or stylish in 20 years or so, this one will.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Gucci!

i'm not sure that's actually a logo, per se. i think they use some other image on their merchandise. two Gs?
post #328 of 487
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta
i'm not sure that's actually a logo, per se. i think they use some other image on their merchandise. two Gs?

It's their logo indeed. If you buy something from them a get a box, that will be the logo shown. It's also the logo on their site, their stores etc etc.

The two interlocked Gs you're talking about is their monogram which they have on some of their bags, hats, shoes etc.
post #329 of 487
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Originally Posted by Bandwagonesque
That stupid BP logo reminds me of a not so stupid logo:


actually, i prefer the bp logo. the green party one looks amateurish. (which, if i were an asshole, i would say it suits. but i'm not, so i won't. )
post #330 of 487
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain
actually, i prefer the bp logo. the green party one looks amateurish. (which, if i were an asshole, i would say it suits. but i'm not, so i won't. )

Change the typeface and change the hue of the yellow (something less industrial) and it would be really great, IMO.
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