The hardest thing in fashion is not to be known for a logo, but to be known for a silhouette.— Giambattista Valli
Most Powerful Logos quotations
Lucifer represents life, though, progress, civilization, liberty, independence.
Lucifer is the Logos, the Serpent, the Savior.
Logos are a graphic extension of the internal realities of a company.
The idea of a universal mind or Logos would be, I think, a fairly plausible inference from the present state of scientific theory.
It's a habit of mine now, noticing labels, logos, shoes.
No logo, and you don't advertise for anyone.
I don't believe in imposed luxury. I believe in built luxury. Something you refine with your own taste. Mass luxury is not my luxury.
I hate these people, the Rams and their owner, Georgia Frontiere, for what they did, taking the Rams logo with them when they moved to St. Louis. That logo belonged to Southern California.
A poor logo doesn't mean a business will fail, and a good logo doesn't mean it will succeed - it just helps. Ultimately a good logo is something that people recognize instantly and relate to.
The strongest logos tell simple stories.
If you expound the teaching of the Logos from the standpoint of the moral life, using materialistic words and examples which correspond to the capacity of your hearers, you make the Logos flesh. Conversely, if you elucidate mystical theology by means of the higher forms of contemplation you make the Logos spirit.
Like NASCAR race drivers or PGA golfers, why not require each of the [US presidential] candidates to cover their clothing, briefcases and staff with the logo patches of their corporate sponsors?
Today, 112 years later, 94% of the people in the world recognize the Coca-Cola logo and product. In 112 years, we can reach the world for profit's sake, but we cannot do it for the glory of God in 2,000 years.
The Nike swash that cost $30 and was designed by a Portland State University art student was probably worth that when she first showed it to them. At that point it had no equity at all. None of the guys commissioning it particularly liked it, they all wanted the Adidas three stripes and they thought that was a good logo.
The logo is an identifier but it's also something that stands-in for who you are.
We came up with the name and logo pretty much the same way we do everything else.
Logos and branding are so important. In a big part of the world, people cannot read French or English--but are great in remembering signs.
The mechanical philosophy was ever blind to this fact.
Intelligent design, on the other hand, readily embraces the sacramental nature of physical reality. Indeed, intelligent design is just the Logos theology of John's Gospel restated in the idiom of information theory.
One of the deep mysteries to me is our logo, the symbol of lust and knowledge, bitten into, all crossed with the colors of the rainbow in the wrong order. You couldn't dream a more appropriate logo: lust, knowledge, hope and anarchy.
Intelligent design is just the Logos theology of John's Gospel restated in the idiom of information theory.
Well, logos is science or reason, something that helps us to function practically and effectively in the world, and it must therefore be closely in tune and reflect accurately the realities of the world around us.
Companies like Nike already use Graffiti as a standard variety in their marketing campaigns and the first people who read Naomi Klein's 'No Logo' were marketing gurus who wanted to know what they shouldn't do.
Brand is much more than a name or a logo. Brand is everything and everything is brand
Aristotle writes that persuasion is based on three things: the ethos, or personal character of the speaker; the pathos, or getting the audience into the right kind of emotional receptivity; and the logos, or the argument itself, carried out by abbreviated syllogisms, or something like deductive syllogisms, and by the use of example.
In Tetrad form, the artifact is seen to be not neutral or passive, bur an active logos or utterance of the human mind or body that transforms the user and his ground.
I like being able to have things that identify you in a brand without blatantly showing a logo.
I actually don't think that brand new logos are worth that much or mean that much in and of themselves. So why not have a class of third graders compete to design your logo?
The truth about logos is that they are not that hard to do.
But with rap music - not just N.W.A. - but rap music in general, seeing these artists wearing these team logos all the time started bringing a synergy and energy about having to rep your city, your team, everywhere and all the time.
Remember, that the logo is really the dot on top of the i.
I think the biggest lesson to be learned is that it is almost impossible to just throw a logo on a video. A lot of people think that if you make a really popular video, I can get Pepsi to put a little logo on there and they will pay me a lot of money. We wanted to create something that wasn't just a "slap a logo on the video."
Too many christians have been chargeable with.
.. confounding the Logos of Plato with that of John , and making of it a second person in the trinity, than which no two things can be more different.
The Logos came down out of love for us.
Let us not keep Him down permanently, but let us go up with Him to the Father, leaving the earth and earthly things behind, lest He say to us what He said to the Jews because of their stubbornness: 'I go where you cannot come (Jn. 8:21).
Jesus isn't a logo, I'm not promoting some company, some brand. I'm just professing my faith.
I look at my jersey and see the NBA logo, I'm like, 'I didn't think I'd be here.'
A lot of times, you design a logo to be timeless, but with something like the Olympics, timelessness is maybe not something you should be going for.