Top 5 Logos For Imaginary Businesses
What good is a logo if what it represents doesn't actually list? Does that just make it regular ole' art? I don't know. But here are some examples of some.
- 1.Spartan Golf ClubA genius logo depicting a warrior-esque golf club. If only it was a real company.
- 2.Feathers & FurAh, feathers and fur. A pet store just for birds and pups. Seems like an odd pairing to me, but hey, anything goes when it's an imaginary company.
- 3.BarCodeThis is about as pun-centric as they get. This is either for an ultra hip bar with Slack-ready iPads installed in the tables, or a reality TV show on the hardships of bartending. Or neither. Because it's not real.
- 4.90%Two circles and a line. It doesn't get much simpler than that while still maintaining brand image. And to keep the "brand image" inline with this list, this one is also not real.
- 5.Lion BirdOK. Just count this one as art. They didn't even try with the name. Neat concept, though.