I was asked by the Belgian Army to redesign the logo of their Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP).
Initially, they asked not to deviate too much from the original logo and not to use the stars/asterisk in the outer ring. Therefore, I kept the style of the cockade but went for a slightly more modern style.
This logo was used for a while within the Belgian army and it was also used in an article about MISP on the NATO website.
Read the article
A few months later, I was asked to redesign the MISP logo again but this time they gave me creative freedom.
The new logo was created with the idea that it would be used on a platform where people can interact about certain topics, and where they can acquire and share information. The dot in the middle of the logo represents the information that you can find on the platform. The round dots and the half circles behind them represent people. The dashes on their heads represent the connection between the people and the transfer of information.
Media Digital Made for Belgian Defence, Cyber Security Tools Paper/Sketchbook, Pencil, Illustrator