This is a leftover from a bunch of brand marks I'm working on for Python Safety.
Python Safety is in the business of saving lives. Which means the mark needs to be super simplified as it will be put on everything, from pens to trucks.
Although I think this mark is very strong by its appearance because of its simplicity, this is a work in progress and this particular mark doesn't convey constriction, instead it conveys connection...
That said, I'm working on a bunch of cool Python heads to give this company the lean, mean, strong and unique brand mark it definitely deserves.
To be continued... (:
about 1 year ago
Have you giving it a more distinctive head and tail?
nicely done, seems very solid like that
It's what it makes me think of.
Yeh my first thought was its a little re-jig of Shazam.
Love your work Gert.
very nice mark
so clean and clear - nice one
Not just Shazam but I feel it's also a little close to Squarespace.
Guys, this is just a leftover concept, and I could easily find twenty-some similar logos from my old trademarks books that were made decades ago by legendary designers, as similar mirrored intertwined connecting U-turn designs that have been made even centuries ago! Logos like shazam, squarespace and hundreds - if not thousands - of others are all derived from the same concept, which unfortunately has been beaten to death.
Looks good man, always enjoy your shots!
Since everyone is saying what they see, I see the old British Steel logo with feet.
@Eric - It's definitely a design concept that has been used so many times, that I won't even consider using this particular design for my client. I already told them that the appearance of this concept is just a bit too familar. Besides, the concept doesn't convey what the company stands for anyway :))
Absolutely! In that phase of trying to come up with a mark for myself but every time I try and incorporate an S I find that someone else has already utilized it. One of those unfortunate thing but we must keep trucking along. Either or, loved this concept!
@Eric - When it comes to brand mark design that's definitely a problem, and it's impossible to be aware of every single mark designed and utilized by mankind. I think it gets only worse, because there are simply far too many people on this little planet ;))
YES YES YES!
12 months ago
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