We’d like to bring your attention to a nice project we’ve found on the web some time ago. It’s an identity for a Russian company that produces supercomputers and operating systems, T-Platforms. Their current webpage is quite hideous, but this proposed new identity is a glimmer of hope.
The identity uses the language of computers, creating multiple logos from simple geometric forms. The result is highly appropriate, and stands out among the popular trend of mutating identities that don’t employ a single logo. A single mark is not very impressive, but they work really well as a system. It is by no means perfect (I really wish they’d fix the A/T kerning issue), but the very idea behind it is simply awesome.
Below you can find some images from the T-Platforms identity. More, including a nice animation, can be found here.