Maze/Labyrinth as logo symbol

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Maze/Labyrinth as logo symbol
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I'm thinking of using a maze as a logotype symbol. I'm almost certain that some company is already using this but I can't find any on the net.

  1. Do you know of any?
  2. Do you think it would be wise to use it?
  3. What would you associate maze with?

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In the Southwest of the US mazes are associated with the local Indian tribes and pop up in all kinds of logos (and overpriced trinkets).

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Well my services are more EU based so I'm not really worried with Indian tribes because I would never associate it with native Americans.

But anyway. I was more thinking of a complete regular maze pattern as a logo. More like this:

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1. Do you know of any?

Here's one: http://logopond.com/img/featured_raja.png

2. Do you think it would be wise to use it?

I don't know.

3. What would you associate maze with?

Garden labyrinths, south american native arts, kids, science, planning

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Ok. This one's cleverly used as letters. I was more leaning toward logo symbol that has additional lettering.
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I have seen mazes used in consulting and investing advertising. 3D forms where people are (or one person is) entering the maze. I have seen it a few times but have nothing to reference.

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Hi there,

I actually created a logo based on a maze a while ago. The client's name was labyrinth, incindentally :) This is not a finished version, as the client folded before they got their feet off the ground.

Enjoy!

Eric

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that's nice, Eric!

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nice work Eric.

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aw shucks, thanks guys :)

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That's a really nice solution that resembles labyrinth. Thanks for posting.
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