Utah Tourism

Mimicking the iconic desert rock formations of its geography, Utah's tourism logo evokes an exotic, adventurous feel which is more explicitly expressed in its"Life Elevated" tag line. The dusty orange hue compliments the brand's message of adventure while the word mark strategy plays to the strength of the name by preventing competing elements from diluting it.

 

Nike Golf

Reflecting the sport's long history and revered tradition, Nike Golf's restrained logo forms an emblem by setting its iconic swish above crossed golf clubs inside a simple shield. The san serif uppercase typography with its extra spacing adds a sophistication befitting both its corporate and high class association.

 

Australia

Showcasing a stylized kangaroo against the backdrop of the iconic outback sun in earthy hues, Australia's tourism logo draws upon the emotive imagery of the outback desert experience. Even at the risk of pigeonholing the Australian brand by using these elements, it effectively elevates them as a symbol not of a specific Australian experience, but as a symbol of the uniqueness of the entire Australian experience.

 

St. Regis Hotel

Punctuated by an elegant monogram crest set in a golden brown hue, the St. Regis Hotel logo exudes sophistication and tradition befitting its luxury experience. Complimenting the style of the icon, the name uses strong, uppercase serif typography and a cleverly constructed "Saint" abbreviation reminiscent of European style so often associated with heritage and class.

 

Walt Disney Animation Studios

Evoking the history of the enterprise, the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo employs a classic vintage sketch of its preeminent character set in the faded hues associated with its early work. By adopting a classic hand-drawn feel and giving equal prominence to the iconic Walt Disney signature and Mickey Mouse illustration, the company is able to depict an authentic, quality feel associated with its early story telling.

 

Northwest Airlines

The original logo of Northwest Airlines whose geographical focus is in serving the north western states of the U.S. was a classic whose elements cleverly combined to form appropriate double meanings. The N stands for 'North' while the north-west pointing triangle to its left combines with it to form a W.

 

Greece

Greece's tourism logo is a wonderfully expressive mark which stylistically captures the texture and feel of the iconic mediterranean sunrise in a manner reflecting the laid back greek island culture. Matching the blue and white stripes of its flag, the rolling waves and orange sun create a dynamism that vividly portrays the destination's promise to its visitors.

 

ITT Industries

What could easily have been a generic corporate identity, taking cues from the name, ITT Industries injects its brand with personality and meaning with an appropriately engineered visual metaphor incorporating the letters 'i', 't', 't'. Elevating the icon to the upper left corner elevates its prominence while the gray-yellow combination creates a serious yet lively feel.

 

Bass Pro Shops

The Bass Pro Shops logo features a vivid illustration expressing an authentic, rugged, hand crafted feel colored with earthy tones and asymmetrical structure to identify appropriately with the outdoor experience. In the tradition of a bait and tackle store sign bordered with rope, its logo doubles as a ready made retail store sign.

 

Sheraton Hotels And Resorts

Symmetrical and conservative, the Sheraton Hotels and Resorts logo accurately reflects and expresses the storied nature of the brand and its heritage as an icon of five-star quality accommodation. Set in an elegantly simple wreath - a symbol of excellence - Sheraton's 'S' icon is a seal which lends itself to necessary versatile application, from stationery and toiletries to billboards and building signage.

 

Country Time Lemonade

Drawing from the happy memories of simpler times and simpler places when fresh lemonade was sold on the corner, Country Time Lemonade's logo is rich in evocative imagery whose associations are both pleasant to the mind and pleasant to the taste.

 

Canadian Airlines

Represented by a simple, graceful illustration of the country's iconic Canada Goose, Canadian Airlines' logo was an elegant symbol of and metaphor for both its Canadian heritage and its flying operations.

 

Sergio Garcia

Designed by FutureBrand, the logo of Spanish professional golfer, Sergio Garcia, cleverly weaves together two strands to create an uppercase 'S' which doubles as a lowercase 'g'. Set in red and gold and styled after a gothic tradition, the mark pays tribute to his national heritage in a manner befitting the class, culture and tradition of the game.

 

Christian Books Direct

Interesting and creative, the Christian Books Direct logo arranges four upright books viewed from a 45 degree offset perspective to create a cross, the iconic symbol of the Christian faith, to express its mission. Its soft color palette projects a mellow tone while its use of solid colors affords it versatility.

 

Fandango

Fandango's quirky name is a slight liability because of its Spanish roots and cryptic meaning, but its icon, a capital 'F' stylized as a ticket stub, though a fairly obvious solution, is bold, memorable and recognizable when used as a website icon (its primary application as an online movie ticket reservation service). The blue of the word mark's classic film font contrasts with the orange icon to reinforce these qualities.