As I look around my dorm room I can count 20 different logos. Logos and brand names are everywhere. They are on clothes, electronics, shoes, and on bags. The one logo that stands out to me is the Apple image engrained on my laptop. It is simple and to the point. Everyone recognizes the Apple to mean high-quality computers and good service. The Apple is creative and clean. I like how it is is white and just the simple outline of the Apple. The Apple represents more than just the computer it represents a brand.
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In my dorm room i can count 25 distinct logos. The one that stands out most to me is the TRESemme logo on my shampoo bottle. The logo is simple, modern, and elegant. The spacing between the letters, the usage of capitalization and lowercase, and the long black font makes the shampoo easy to recognize. Without knowing what type of products this logo is used to sell, I think it’s easy for consumers to know that this logo is for beauty products. Chelsea Tomae
Although it’s only a man on a horse, this iconic logo from the fashion designer Ralph Lauren represents the world’s highest grossing clothing label in the world, raking in 5.2 billion dollars annually. Not only is it a recognized symbol of these United States but without placing any words around this image, one immediately thinks success, hard work and a rare sense of ingenuity. Other companies are constantly adapting and updating their logos to fit with the times but the Polo man has remained a fixture of western culture, a fossil of society no longer around. While sitting in class, it’s easy to take in a lot of mixed messages from a wide range of sources but the little guy probably stitched into the left breast of the shirt remains the same, forever frozen in time. For these reasons and more it stands out and it most likely will remain this way for some time to come.
(p.s. I counted 22 brands)
I looked around my dorm room and saw about 30 different logos, mostly focusing on my beauty/shower products. This one stood out to me the most because the word essence seems characterized with the swirly design outside of the o. I also really like that this logo is put on tons of different colored shampoo bottles, but I can always pick it out in the store aisle. Some of the other logos I saw included Biosilk, Bedhead TIGI, Sensodyne, Avon, Aveeno, and Paul Mitchell.