Maze/Labyrinth as logo symbol

litera's picture

I'm thinking of using a maze as a logotype symbol. I'm almost certain that some company is already using this but I can't find any on the net.

  1. Do you know of any?
  2. Do you think it would be wise to use it?
  3. What would you associate maze with?

--
Robert Koritnik

blank's picture

In the Southwest of the US mazes are associated with the local Indian tribes and pop up in all kinds of logos (and overpriced trinkets).

litera's picture

Well my services are more EU based so I'm not really worried with Indian tribes because I would never associate it with native Americans.

But anyway. I was more thinking of a complete regular maze pattern as a logo. More like this:


----
Robert Koritnik

aluminum's picture

1. Do you know of any?

Here's one: http://logopond.com/img/featured_raja.png

2. Do you think it would be wise to use it?

I don't know.

3. What would you associate maze with?

Garden labyrinths, south american native arts, kids, science, planning

litera's picture

Ok. This one's cleverly used as letters. I was more leaning toward logo symbol that has additional lettering.
___________
Robert Koritnik

KC's picture

I have seen mazes used in consulting and investing advertising. 3D forms where people are (or one person is) entering the maze. I have seen it a few times but have nothing to reference.

e_roc's picture

Hi there,

I actually created a logo based on a maze a while ago. The client's name was labyrinth, incindentally :) This is not a finished version, as the client folded before they got their feet off the ground.

Enjoy!

Eric

aluminum's picture

that's nice, Eric!

jayyy's picture

nice work Eric.

e_roc's picture

aw shucks, thanks guys :)

litera's picture

That's a really nice solution that resembles labyrinth. Thanks for posting.
___________
Robert Koritnik

Syndicate content Syndicate content