Identity design for the Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland. The mark is composed using the binary elements of digital communication, namely 1 and 0, which are rotated to represent a vintage computer. A celtic triskele or spiral is set on screen to represent the heritage and origin of the museum itself.
Watch an animated logo sting - Bitstorm.
View a large version of some logo treatments.
11 months ago
You brilliant man. It's instantly recognizable and the thoughts behind it make it all the better. Lovely shade of green on the 10/pc as well. Just wondering if a shamrock wouldn't be more Irish or recognizable as such for international visitors?
@Max Steenbergen Thanks Max. Use of a shamrock was considered for the motif, but I preferred the spiral. It's clean lines complement the numerals used and because they share light weights they sit well together. Also spirals were among the earliest drawings made by the Celts so it fits the communications theme nicely.
Cool story behind mark. I think it's a great and original idea with PC and IO (well known binary system). How u made last row mockup (chrome)? Can you share process?
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