Wrapped

Obfuscation of the premise of your logo is tantamount to talking to someone in a whisper. Done at just the right tone, it’s a sure way to quiet a crowd and guarantee their opportunity to eavesdrop. A bit like a puzzle or guessing game, these marks appear as if someone draped a striped bed sheet over the entity’s product to hint at but not fully disclose their undertaking. Taken another way, the buried image could indicate part of the process that defines the product.

Keep in mind the sample identities here utilize stripes of various iterations, but there’s no reason the same effect couldn’t be achieved with distortion in any pattern: a good grid, a plaid, water surface, bark on a tree, or any pattern that has a regular nature that seems to be resting over a fundamental representation of a firm’s endeavor. Klarwin, an emerging technology firm dealing with filtration, defines its product with a K that looks like it’s having a challenge passing through the filter. Code Architecture gives a sense of structures rising under the precise topographical grid of a community. It’s the undercurrent that’s always stronger than it looks, and this may be the way to deliver that message.

LOGOLG17_19_WRAP1
BRANDIENT, KLARWIN
LOGOLG17_18_WRAP2
ORTEGA GRAPHICS, BULLSEYED
LOGOLG17_17_WRAP3
ODB, CODE ARCHITECTURE BURO
LOGOLG17_16_WRAP4
DESIGNMIND, ADVENTURE SPORT
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