This logo will be used at the primary store front for products sold by all of the brands. If you imagine Kirkland products at Costco or products on amazon.com that are now sold by amazon, this is a similar arrangement.
The storefront will called allN2 because this will be the home base for all N2 brands and products. It's a bit of play on words as well, because we are all in and committed as a team to producing high quality, sticky, effective products.
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I like this logo because it reminds me of the iconic "Beats by Dre" logo, but the shades or grey is actually pretty interesting up against the solid white. I think it would be a difficult logo to slap on anything, but I like the simplicity and advanced look/feel.
I thought the font used here was simple and modern looking. The next under the logo was pretty creative. It would be a difficult logo to use everywhere and for this reason it's not my favorite for this specific project but it's still interesting to me regardless.
The thing I love about this logo, it's iconic. The peacock above the NBC can be associated with the brand from a mile away. It's cool that it first represented the color programing by the network. The thing I don't like about the logo, it's not timeless. No one cares about color programming anymore, it's standard baseline expectation. Most users would never know the peacock represents color programming.
This logo is obviously one of the most famous logo's in the world. The font used is a bit too feminine, and the lines are so detailed that it's a bit difficult to slap this logo on anything but that's okay for them. The Disney logo isn't added to every kind of product. The thing I love about the logo is how in alignment it is with the vision of Walt Disney. It's just a magical logo.
The things I love about this logo is how easy it is to read and how it can be used for just about any purpose without compromising the readability and usability. I also like how the colors used in the logo actually have utility associated regarding the way in which the company was operationally divided. I have no idea if users ever picked up on this but I think it was clever on the part of FedEx and helped to empower them to trademark everything. I think the font used is a bit boring but makes sense for a shipping company.
My favorite thing about this logo is the little wave bars about the lettering. The font type isn't really my favorite but I thought the wave bars were fairly clever and ahead of the times when this logo was made. Now, something like this would be dime a dozen but I still have respect.
This logo has always had a pretty strong impression on me. The rings make such a powerful statement. The font used for the "Audi" is interesting and not something you would typically see in America which makes it stick out. It's also great that the rings themselves represent a collective that really made Audi powerful, without the four companies combined Audi would not be what they are today. I appreciate narrative like this in a logo.
The reason I have added the mastercard logo is because it's a great example of a logo that works on just about anything. In addition, this logo represents the re-brand of mastercard and the new logo is much more modern than the old version. Great example of modernizing a brand successfully.
By 2000, the dot-com bubble was at its peak, and Amazon was riding high. Far from complacent with its supremacy in the market, Bezos was constantly looking for ways to expand and improve his business, eventually moving far beyond the realm of consumable media into just about every product imagineable. You don't make such a huge industrial leap without updating your logo, and this time Jeff wanted to nail it for good - something timeless that would stick with the company moving forward. For this task he turned to creative agency Turner Duckworth who would deliver something definitive and lasting:
The firm was successful in a number of regards here. Firstly the swooping yellow arrow points from the "a" to the "z" of the logo, hitting home Bezos original brainstorm on why Amazon made a good name to begin with. The shape itself has a round-edged, organic quality to it, and the right side actually bends the bottom stem of the "z" upwards, hinting at a smile to represent the stellar customer experience the company had grown famous for. This design element underscores a custom font, which looks quite similar to Officina Sans and opts for a bold face on the "amazon" part of the workmark. The brand proved so effective that it would become recognizeable, even when the company name was omitted in favor of an initial.
Under this timeless brand Amazon remains at the forefront of its industry, continuing to push the envelope for online retail, with everything from ebook readers to delivery via drones and the astonishing automated hub that manages its sprawling and ever-growing inventory of products. This is a company that has never been attached to the status quo and their journey towards progress and innovation lives on their logo and collective ethos which was inspired by the founder all those years ago on the road to Seattle.
This logo should be very simple. At the end of the day this logo needs to be easy to see, tiny details and small lines probably won't work because it makes it difficult with respect to becoming universal.
Please see the examples I have attached to this brief. I am looking for a custom typeface/font as I must have a clear path for trademarks and would prefer to not use a font that someone else has designed. Please try to pivot the font by at least 20%
The unique emphasis within the logo should be placed on the “N2” part of the logo. This is our “F” as to Facebook, “G” as to Google, etc. The logo must be very simple because it's found on so many products, laid over so many shapes, colors, etc.
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