Santa Monica History Museum

by NoeticBrands • Uploaded: Jul. 17 '10


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myway999 Jul. 17 '10

nice mark. i like it.

sbj Jul. 18 '10

this is nice as well..

Noetic Brands Jul. 18 '10

Thanks for the input guys!

engar Jul. 18 '10

I love the mark, would work on type a bit, but probably just me :)

Bernd Sep. 08 '11

yep ... really nice work

epsilon Sep. 08 '11

Very nicely executed, but the concept belongs to Unilever as I'm sure you know.

Noetic Brands Sep. 09 '11

No I dont. Its not a concept epsilon... its a style. I think you should look at history of logos to know that there were many brands who have used this styling long before uniliver. And many designers on this forum and others have used this styling in many logos. They are not taking concepts from uniliver...but simply folling a design style. See some examples...%0D*******

epsilon Sep. 16 '11

%22Belongs%22 in a common sense, not that they invented it. Unilever's is the most widely seen logo done in this style. It's on my toothpaste for chrissake. So whenever another logo surfaces that is done in the same vein it will inevitably be compared to Unilever's. That's all.

Noetic Brands Oct. 06 '11

offcourse... you have a right to say that if you come on this forum to make a comment as a toothpaste consumer. But if your comments should be considered utterance of a professional designer or brand solutionist then you should reconsider what you say.%0D*%0D*Thanks

Type and Signs Oct. 06 '11

I agree with Noetic Brands ... its a style ... otherwise no more circles (luky strike) no more squares (Deutsche Bank) and no more red, green, yellow ... no ... no ... look at the unilever logo ... imo it's totally different

Noetic Brands Oct. 19 '11

Cheers Type and Signs!


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