Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by bcfc10, Aug 12, 2010.
looking for feedback on this logo, its a electronics comany selling games, stereos, TV's etc.
reminds me of KISS logo (band not radio station)
I will admit there not the biggest band in the world, but there aren't many thrash bands in Liverpool worth mentioning, but Short Sharp Shock are the only one I can think of!
Let's just slide Godwins Law right in here and outright mention the Schutzstaffel insignia alltogether, although this looks like the militant arm of the mardi gras
The word spacing seems odd to me, not quite sure why and the heights are not even, there's a 1-2px difference between each
For some reason they don't look level on this picture, but they are, in illustrator they are all level.
changed it now..
is there a reason you've got a lightening strike?
company sells electrical equipment including games, stereos...
Can you loose the strange background please, just a flat colour looks grand!
I'm curious why you have gone from kiss/sss to a lightening blot? I'm curious why you chose either of them in the first place? They have little to do with chameleons or systems.
which have nothing to do with lightning
And before you say it's the electrical goods - that doesn't work with me as that's not really how electricity is made (assuming generator type - wind/damn/nuclear/coal/gas) it's usually a massive great big coil of wire with a magnet being spun round inside it which then produces the alternating current. Solar/wave obviously works slightly different.
i am a little unsure about the lightning bolt, what is the relevance? However there are many logo's out there similar.
For example the new Argos logo (which i personally don't like) what is the relevance of the lower arc under the text?
It's a smile - subconscious signal for happy customers, same as with amazon
i understand that yes, but why rebrand something that was clearly a lot more powerful before?
I would have never called the old Argos logo powerful!
it was old, they want to imply a different image in todays highly competitive on-line market
I like the type, and the logo as a whole looks great, my only critical feedback would be that when i first looked at it, it didn't seem to fit into a company that sells electronics. Not sure if anyone else agrees?
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