Top 12 Logos of 2012 As Voted By YouPosted on 11
What logo do you believe should win the 2012 Logo Of The Year? Cast your vote below.
And just so you know, we are always accepting new logo submissions. Feel free to suggest a logo for a chance to win the Logo Of The Day award.
“We rebranded an entire mountain resort experience by bringing the authentic essence of Mammoth Mountain to life across all brand touchpoints with an iconic, modern expression.Come as you are!” is Mammoth’s mantra. It reflects the brand’s relaxed surf-on–the-snow California culture meets world-class destination resort, which we embodied in the new identity system and extended throughout guests’ mountain adventures. Bold, fun, and inclusive—discoverable visual elements in the logo pay homage to both the beloved “Woolly’s” tusks and to the mountain’s legendary deep powder.
Credits: Hornall Anderson
ChAIR Entertainment Group, founded in 2005, is a video game production company committed to creating blockbuster entertainment franchises through development of its original intellectual properties. ChAIR introduced the action, sword-fighting adventure for iOS. “Infinity Blade” raised the bar of handheld gaming and received numerous Game of the Year and Editor’s Choice Awards in 2010. The award-winning follow up to ChAIR’s groundbreaking iOS sword-fighting adventure, , “Infinity Blade II” combines addictive gameplay, breathtaking visuals and an engrossing story to deliver the definitive blockbuster experience exclusively on Apple’s world-class gaming platforms, and has gone on to win more than 20 Game of the Year and Editor’s Choice awards.
Credits: Aaron Walser
Boundary is the application performance monitoring solution designed for distributed application environments. Boundary addresses two critical challenges faced by DevOps professionals: the need to immediately see and understand the impact of a rapidly changing application together with a significantly higher degree of visibility. Process.
Credits: Stephen Boak
Remi Luxford and Tony Gardiner started Shoot To Kill in 2010. Two passionate filmmakers who have grown up in the film industry. Both recognised the need to apply their experience with a new approach to today’s client expectations. This young team has extensive experience working across the industry: producing, shooting, editing and directing everything from big budget TVC’s to drama, shorts and documentaries in Cambodia. Shoot To Kill brings the discipline and resources of big TVC production combined with a bespoke approach to each project.
The idea behind this logo was to not only bring to life the name itself but to also make it relevant to the service offering of the company. Instead of a tradition gun scope a camera scope was used making sense to a relatively quirky name for a film production company.
The logo is designed to work on any background in fact the cards were printed on a transparent film making the scope actually function how it would in real life, you can check it out here http://www.behance.net/gallery/Shoot-to-Kill-Branding/3746527
Credits: Steve Hanzic
Fontsmith font foundry.
Brief: “To design the corporate identity for an organ donation initiative. Since it was our only tool of communication, the design had to instantly convey the message of organ donation. Whatever we designed had to strike an emotional chord and subtly prompt people to open up to the idea.”
Boss Hunting is a popular facebook group that shares images of what it is to live the high life (or be ‘boss’). Images are mostly of luxurious locations, consumer goods, beautiful women, famous actors etc.
Headquartered in Mumbai – India, Inscripts has been involved in visualizing, developing and deploying cutting edge web applications and customized software solutions. Project guidelines: young, dynamic company, lively, full of color, professional, full of energy, modern.
Credits: Fuze Collection
Graphen is a start up school.
Credits: Mik Tretyakov
Fabrica de Pensule / The Paintbrush Factory is a collective space for contemporary arts in Cluj, Romania.
Credits: Cosorean Eugen
So what logo do you think should win 2013 Logo of the Year? Vote below.
Voting Closed – Congratulations to Boss Hunting
Voting has closed and Boss Hunting has won the 2012 Logo of the Year!
What logo should win the 2012 Logo Of The Year?
- Boss Hunting (24%, 288 Votes)
- Organ Donation (22%, 266 Votes)
- Boundary (17%, 202 Votes)
- Chair Entertainment (16%, 199 Votes)
- Shoot To Kill (6%, 68 Votes)
- Mammoth Resort (5%, 56 Votes)
- Pregg.net (4%, 50 Votes)
- FontSmith (2%, 27 Votes)
- Graphen (1%, 18 Votes)
- Swiss Football League (1%, 14 Votes)
- Paintbrush Factory (1%, 12 Votes)
- Inscripts (1%, 8 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,207
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