I like sleek, geometric logos. Logos that in their simplicity tell you what they stand for. Preferably they are timeless. To make a choice is quite difficult, but the NS logo of Gert Dumbar & René van Raalte always remains one of my favorites. It seems that the designers took the logo of the British Railways from 1962 as an inspiration point. The British Railways logo represents a railway line on which trains run from left to right. The NS logo is based on the idea that you can also drive laps. Hence the partially contiguous arrows. A clear, clear and timeless design.
Eric HesenEric Hesen
SintLucas (Saint Lucas) is proud of the people who follow their education there. They are given the task of feeding and further developing the ‘Saint’ theme. Every means of communication is proof of the identity of SintLucas. A functional, dynamic logo has been developed based on that idea. A ‘word image’ where the words ‘Sint’ and ‘Lucas’ are clearly separated visually. Pupils, employees and former students get their own ‘Sint’ title. Els becomes SintEls, Hans becomes SintHans. The hollowing in the letter n suggests that the tip of the i can fall into it at any moment. This gives the logo a little playful twist. After all, you can expect a bit of attention and a bit of recalcitation from being a creative in training!