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They said: After 15 years it’s finally time to make some changes and that’s why we decided to undertake
a comprehensive rebranding of Platige. The new logo and website are pillars of this new
cohesive image of the studio that will represent us in the years ahead.
We’ve been looking for a logo that would meet two conditions: it would reference our
studio’s earlier logotype and be a strong, expressive symbol.
We like heavy forms, that’s why we turned to the best brand logos of the 1960s and 1970s for
inspiration. These logos were recognizable because they were simple and “edgy” – just like
our previous visual identity, founded upon the words Platige Image and the Π symbol.
Starting out from the distinctive Π shape, signifying growth, spirals, and an infinite string
of numbers, we inscribed the letter P into a triangle, mostly retaining the shape of the
This new Π signifies the new Platige and is the centerpiece of the studio’s new visual identity.
Looks ok but UI feels awkward.
Search doesn't work (suggests results that lead to nowhere).
Clicking on thumbnails doesn't open links (you have to click on titles).
there's some lovely work in there
Is it a bar stool? a gay dancer's legs?
bit.ly/TMA9JM some more stuff about it
NEW IMAGE OF PLATIGE IMAGE
These Buttons DO NOT Work
Commercial Animation VFX Directors
I like the rollover transitions
I get 500 error on almost every link.
the key art / branding mash-ups aren't even legible enough to be called illegible.
How is this company name pronounced?
never heard of the company or seen the original, but that's a dope logo