Hanson Logos and Symbols
For all your Hanson designing needs, vector style
Hanson Logo 2010
Painted, wavy-edged 'Hanson' text as featured on the cover art of 2010 album Shout It Out
Hanson Logo 2007
Geometric, retro font 'Hanson' with the Hanson symbol as the center of the O. Featured on several albums.
Hanson Logo 1997
The classic text of Hanson's 1997 heyday logo: loosely based on the font Bauhaus. The downloads are in color for true authenticity.
3CG Records Logo
Bold, well-aligned, and a bit edgy: the 3CG Records logo is used wherever record label logos are needed.
The classic Hanson symbol, inverted and in a circle. I've seen this logo around. Have you?
Hanson Symbol 1997
This is the classic Hanson symbol, which Hanson designed before Middle of Nowhere was released.
Hanson's 2013 album, Anthem, uses the lovely font "Code Pro" throughout. Great font, great weights.
Hanson's 2013 album rocks a few custom icons: fire, lightbulb, and lightning. Very anthemic.
The Walk Logo
Handwritten 'the Walk' text as featured in the corresponding cover art. Not too bold or delicate - this logo is great.
Walk Man Logo
The Walk Man logo showed up first on Hanson's album The Walk, and was used for merch, tour and promo items.
Albertane Tour Logo
The Albertane symbol was featured on the album and video artwork for Live from Albertane.
This Time Around
The This Time Around tour logo worked for adding to posters, but seems lackluster in execution.
Here we have the MOE Symbol. MOE was the name of Hanson's fan club in 1997. It rocked the vote.
This symbol showed up on Hanson's website in the late 1990s, and now is just on membership kits.
Snowed In Logo
Based on the font ErikRightHand, Snowed In is the title of Hanson's Christmas album from 1997.
Why would I want a Hanson logo?
Maybe you want to bring the logo somewhere - to a printer's for a decal, or for getting your latest Hanson tattoo.
The better quality file you have to bring, the better your finished product is.
Want to make a Hanson symbol big enough to fit on an elephant's behind? You can use the EPS, since vector files get as big as you want without losing any quality.
Just want to toss the graphic in a poster, desktop background, or digital creation? Try out the PNG. It should work in pretty much any photo editing program.