So I saw that @Alen Type08 Pavlovic started a new playoff with rebranding big and famous global companies and I thought it was a good opportunity to show the world that I don't like the Wacom logo =)) That's right, I literally hate it when I see that logo on my intuos4, I don't know if that thingy is something very significant for Wacom, but I saw that on the most of their products they only use the typo. The symbol just doesn't fit the brand's big name and the greatness and quality of the product, so I tried to redesign it. I've chosen to go with an ambigram because the logo is also printed upside down on the tablet...so...why not?
Also, don't forget to check out the attachment if you want to see a slightly second different version of this! Cheerio!
6 months ago
Great ambi Marcus! Read it as wacom straight away in the thumbs. Totally agree with you on their existing mark and type. Its like its been created by 2 separate designers.
This is pretty neat. Really how fascinating the c actually reads out as a c. And actually having an ambigram as a logo makes lots of sense for products like those of wacom's. Good job!
Could someone PLEASE do something about the current ridiculous … pipe thingy? http://www.copia.com.au/docs/WACOM/wacom_logo_nb_c.png
@Daniel Diekmeier I think they should just get rid of it, and go with this word-mark.
haha, thanks @Norman Chan , @Martin Sorensen , @Daniel Diekmeier and @Todd Fooshee ! It's great to see that amazing designers like those from dribbble support this :)
really intrigued by how i read the C as C and din't take time.!
LOL Daniel. I HATE the pipe.... thing!
by Marcus Tiplea ✎
Both versions here. Special thanks for the feedback to @Tabitha Kristen and @Luma Vine . WIP for the symbol (comin' soon), although the font is already enough ;) . Enjoy!
5 months ago
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