>how does it feel to know some of the best logo of all times are fictional?
ITT honest fictional logos
I've always been partial to Black Mesa.
Both the assasin and abstergo logos look good, but abstergo wins for me.
I really enjoy the team logos from Wipeout
I wanted to post the Raven Slaughterhouse emblem, but I can't find a good image of it so here's the Vanilla Unicorn.
GTA V had a lot of really nice in-game logos. I wish they'd release a book of them or something, I'd pay for that.
1 > 5 > 2 >3 > 4
1 > 2 > 3
2 > 1 > 3 > 5 > 4 > 6 (that disgusting alignment on six)
2 > 1
1 > 6 > 3 > 2 > 5 > 4
1 > 3 > 2
2 > 1
2 > 3 > 1
1 >>> 2 > 4 > 3 > 5
4 > 1 > 3 > 2 > 5
1 > 2
Goddamn I love this logo.
agreed, everything in that game is fucking gorgeous.
This one. It's so simple yet so well-defined. I may just be a suck for simplicity but hey, I like modern things.
Not too often I spot a fellow spessman around.
Gotta love the sarcasm in this one.
Not gonna pretend I wouldn't jump at the chance to work there, but the corporate culture also seems like kind of a clusterfuck. So many things being half-assed, rolled back or left unfinished because of a seeming lack of central planning or leadership. I'm not a business expert, but it really seems like they're too big for their flat power structure anymore.
I particularly like the way they put it on their products
The reason so many fictional logos turn out so nicely is because none of these companies have actual boards of directors and marketing teams who want to feel like an important part of the design process. None of these fictional logos have ever been in danger of a slow excruciating death-by-committee. Just designers designing something beautiful, unmolested by arbitrary and poorly informed revisions.
>So many things being half-assed
You mean "BOOHOO THEY ARE NOT MAKING HL3".
As a company valve does lots of shit, heck maintaining such a leviathan like Steam itself is a division of the manpower they have, not to mention their massive games etc etc.
I like the fact that people just don't understand the intricacies of having such systems or things in place but will still jump around excreting shit opinions off their mouths when they notice one thing wrong here or there in the service they are being provided,
"Oh no! The fucking cereal box I want to buy is dented on a corner, fuck kellogg is no one doing any work, fucking half assing everything and being shit?"
Not only that, but with things like games the designers can create a logo and name from scratch. It's far easier to design a cool af logo when you aren't constrained by a name.
See: that Swan & Mallard logo everyone jizzes over
yes it is i, gaben. i have come to your graphic design board on your anime forum to promote my company and hopefully drive revenue more, because our company is tanking and we needed to expand our advertising to a more niche market. you have discovered my secret, and revealed my charade. great job
I think it's mostly an aesthetic choice. It would be too balanced and just look boring with a normal size E. Now it looks rather unique and interesting instead.
I also believe it has to do with the company's otherwise techy and sciency image, where the smaller E is supposed to remind you of maths.