Snooze sleeping specialists.
hmmm its simple, it does work but not quiet sure of what exact its missing to a great design or logo
but it certain is missing something or else its a good logo
Good idea but hardly readable. In my opinion logo should be obviouse and leave a stamp in memory with the first contact. Here you’ve got to get focused to workout what it says.
Falling too sleep, pity the name wasn’t Snooz…then the trailing off would of worked a treat
its preety cool i liked it
Try to make a favicon of this logo :/ Not a good concept for the logo or maybe I am missing something
yawn… snore… take your pick
@Igor Just using the S for a favicon would work fine.
I love the simplicity of this piece, very well done! This logo design I think is a very comfortable fit for the client.
Correction for the company’s website, it’s snooze.com.au not snooze.com. Good to see yet another Aussie logo on LOTD!
@Igor: look at the Australian site I’ve posted above and you’ll see the favicon.. Not really well executed, but oh well.
I think Snooze used to be Capt’n Snooze – if so, then this logo is far better than the old one…
I think that logo is 4-5 years old but i don’t know.
@tom if you cant read that you need your eyes checked, this logo has been around for quite a while and i can read/recognise it very easily.
I like how the text is getting progressively smaller. Just like you snoozed and are falling back in sweet sleep.
I’m not sure how well this works as a commercial logo, but I’d dig having that stamped on the corner of a matress, kinda like saying “my bed is snoozed approved!!!”
@ DCHUCH- agreed. I think it works well for a non-commercial logo. Definitely sets a mood and can be to use taqlines with. It’s not hard to read at all either. Did you try using a cursive z?
Nice. The tapering off works well.
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