This one is an inside joke for every person who went to rock shows in the early ’00s to late ’10s. This logo is for your sad, manipulative boyfriend’s whiny emo band. Unfortunately, it was too familiar for local rock bands worldwide to use it so much that it became noticeable.
I don’t know about your boyfriend. He might drink more monster energy drinks than water. Send help.
The Pixel Font
Engraver's Old English
The Old English font created notoriety for every edgy rock band out there. Since the 80s, Bands like Bathory, Black Sabbath, At The Gates, Burzum, Dead Kennedys. This font was the go-to logo if you’re brutal and dark.
It had the reputation of being so rebellious that Taylor Swift used it for her logo in her record entitled, well… uhmmmm… Reputation.
This typeface is everyone’s go-to matured corporate logo. Huge companies like Microsoft, Epson, CBS, and LG, adapted this logo. I don’t know, billionaire logo. Big money. Swag.
It had set the standard for corporate reputation and even brands like Uniqlo, Gap, and Abercrombie and Fitch use it in their T-shirt designs a lot.
Fritz Quadrata is commonly used on movie trailers and magazines. It is also of the iconic men’s magazine Playboy. Its notoriety in pop culture has been recognized, all thanks to Raymond Pettibon, who religiously used it in his artwork in his former band, Black Flag.
It was also notoriously used in the streetwear brand Anti-Social Social Club, the band Bad Religion, and the movie American History X.
Britannica is one of my personal favorites because it was used in my favorite game, Castlevania. It was also used by the iconic skateboarder Stacy Peralta of The Bones Brigade, where he discovered who would be the best skateboarder on the planet, Tony Hawk.
Coca-Cola took the opportunity of the cultural relevance of this typeface in their Mother Energy Drink brand. Lastly, the shonen anime Black Clover uses it in its logo.