What do you think of this Python logo?

Patrick Ellis pellis.nospam at tampabay.rr.com
Tue Nov 11 06:07:22 CET 2003


"Sean Ross" <frobozz_electric at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:boppcl$2gr$1 at driftwood.ccs.carleton.ca...
> > "Brandon J. Van Every" wrote:
> > >
> > > What do you think of this Python logo?
> > > http://pythonology.org/logos
> > > Good, bad, indifferent, love it, hate it?
> >
> I don't mind the snake, but I would lose the planet ("Python is taking
over
> the world!" ... ahem ... right ... ok, then ...), and perhaps add eyes, so
> it looks less like sperm.
>
> Anyway. If I could draw, I would probably try to make the snake in the
shape
> of the letter "P" - something like this
> http://chat.carleton.ca/~sross/py.JPG (only not drawn with a mouse in
> MSPAINT, like this was :). Kind of a cross between "GAP" and the
Portishead
> logo - um, but with a snake. Slick it up a bit and it might make a good
> T-Shirt ... or, not ...
>
> The logo at python.com (yeah, _that_ python.com) with the green,
bared-fang
> snake, and the electrified "Powered by Python" is pretty cool (though not
> really corporate, which is what it looks like you're after). Too bad it's
on
> a porn site ...

All the logos seem to be purely snake oriented. There is nothing about the
Monty kind of Python. I don't think a snake with a silly walk would work as
a logo. Maybe a snake with a napkin on its head?

Patrick Ellis






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