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The Mansion
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Super famous
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http://www.superfamous.com/empire/
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mmiu

Sep 28, 2010

it’s the 48th hexagram in I Ching, actually :) it has a rather dark and obscure meaning..

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TwitterBackgrounds

Aug 23, 2010

Really nice logo :) Simple and neat but yet complex in a way. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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aspiring designer

Aug 23, 2009

For those of you that have mentioned the I-ching (I’ve never heard of it) do you normally research to that extent when doing a logo? I’m just asking, not trying to be a smart ass or anything like that.

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sifupeter

Mar 12, 2009

It is actually I-ching hexagram 48, “The Well” which is an auspicious hexagram relating to a water well and it’s usefulness to society. I get the “H” and “M” though, and although that is probably the point, it gets confused by being exactly like an I-ching hexagram. Maybe the designer didn’t even know of the I-ching. Should have done more research maybe.

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N. Hamilton

Feb 17, 2009

Well most of you are picking this apart far too much. Binh is right, it is a symbol from the I Ching. But I also agree with Jeff. I don’t see how this symbol corresponds to the name. It leaves more questions than answers and not necessarily in a good way.

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Fabian

Jan 21, 2009

Classy design,really nice branding.

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Brandon

Jan 20, 2009

The ‘Mansion’ is in Hollywood, CA. It is also referred to as the ‘Hollywood Mansion’. If you look carefully, the top three lines represent an ‘H’ while the bottom three lines represent an ‘M’. That might help make a little more sense to those of you unaware of the ‘subliminal’ symbolism.

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Nathan Paul Prince

Jan 06, 2009

If you haven’t seen Blade, the movie, then u won’t udnerstand the symbol… it is the international mark of a vampire bar or gathering place.

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Binh

Dec 30, 2008

Interesting — it is the symbol for the hexagram 47 in the I Ching meaning “oppression”

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Jeff

Dec 22, 2008

its not that it isnt a good looking mark,
its mostly that i just dont know what it stands for and theres nothing to clue you in.. its just a mark?

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Joseph Maguire

Dec 17, 2008

Loved this mark on the cocktail bar in Amsterdam. I saw this 4 months ago or so. great work.