Who Are You Calling Chicken?

I have started thinking about a logo for the FundaMusic website. I really like the idea of using music symbols as letters, but I always feel like the symbol used ought to represent the letter that it actually is. For example, I cringe when I see the treble clef sign used as a capital S, since the treble clef is actually a “G” clef.


Original Favicon

So, I began playing around with the idea of using the bass clef sign as the beginning F in FundaMusic, since the bass clef symbol is really a fancy “F.” I think it would work well as a logo if it were done right. I whipped out the ole Inkscape program to create the general idea of what I was looking for, and, lo and behold, I came up with something that could work. I made the “F,” put it together with an interesting font, made a banner and a favicon.

The problem is, as I was looking at the favicon (the little icon that shows up next to the web page name in your browser tab), I realized that it strongly reminded me of another well known logo. Any idea what that might be?

Look for your hint here.

If you guessed Chick-fil-A, you win the grand prize! Check it out:

FundaMusic logo

Oh, well, back to the drawing board for me, I guess.

Anyone hungry for a chicken sandwich?

About Curtis Hollembeak

Psalm 118:14, "The Lord is my strength and song, and is become my salvation." Curtis currently lives in Rockford, IL with his wife and three children. Curtis works as church and school music director at the Berean Baptist Church. He has been a music educator and director for over 15 years.
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