20 June 2007

The Flackenhack Awards 2007...brand unveiled...

You'll be interested to hear that the Flackenhack Awards 2007 now benefits from a stylish logo. Here it is.

I think you'll agree that it reflects a desire to establish a forward-looking vision for the future of all PR - indeed all business - awards programmes moving forwards from today. It strikes a delicate - though robust - balance between a genuine respect for the history and integrity of our industry, while signposting the bright, though winding, road that lies ahead of us all in the future from tomorrow.

Either that or it looks a bit like a knob. You decide.

And don't forget to get those entries in! We've had some crackers so far...but need more if we're going to give our esteemed (and soon to be announced) judging panel some difficult decisions to make. Categories are here...it ain't a lot of work.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha ha!! Love it!!

Absolute genius!

But a nagging feeling I've seen it somewhere before.

PaulW said...

I think it looks like 3 "viper class" police ships leaving a space-station in the classic 8-bit computer game "Elite". Seeing as how they are filled vector graphics (ruling the BBC and Sprectum out) I'd say this is either the NES or Archimedies version...do I need to get out more?

Mihnea said...

Aside from this being a great initiative, I'll have to do some nagging as well - doesn't this vividly resemble that highly-controversial London 2012 logo? :)

Rajiv Hajai said...

Nice One TWL.

I am wondering what if this Logo gives some people seizures as a similar logo has done.

Anonymous said...

I'm afraid you will have to retract this logo as it triggered my Tourette's almost instantly when I looked at it.

Spud said...

Does this mean that the flackenhacks start £400,000 quid down? Will you be forced to downgrade the venue, or the band..?

Fiona Blamey said...

Ooh, Anon at 8.23am made me laugh.

grantie said...

Splendid. Iconic even.

Actually, yes, is there an animated version?? It could bring a whole new meaning to 'Flash'.

I also think the words 'thrusting industry' could be used somewhere in here...