A logo should be simple enough to be easily remembered and recognized, yet be unique enough to distinguish itself and convey its message. That being said, the hardest task I have ever taken on as a designer was developing my own logo for Signalnoise. I would like a design one day, then dislike it the next.
So here is a look back at my different Signalnoise logos, the first of which was designed in 1999 when I was 22 years old. As I learned different tools and techniques, while being influenced by the new and exciting art I was being exposed to, the style of my logo was swinging wildly all over the place.
It was obvious that I was unwilling to let the skull design drop, so seen here is the symbol in a number of incarnations until I eventually landed on the winged skull that I have been using for the past few years.
A number of these logos can be seen in use throughout my various website designs found in the Signalnoise Graveyard.