AGL logo


The visual identity of AGL, formerly known as Australian Gas Light Company, has been pretty consistent throughout the long history, dating back to 1937. Its blue and white color palette, reflecting professionalism, safety, and trustworthiness, has never been changed, though with the last redesign it gained a third color, black, which adds a modern feeling and timelessness.

AGL Logo history

1837 — 2006

AGL Logo-1837

The original logo for AGL was introduced in 1837 and featured a bold sans-serif lettering in a custom font with smooth angles and clean distinct lines, and a geometric abstract emblem on its left. The emblem was composed of five blue rays, coming out from the bottom right corner, and making up a rectangle with an invisible frame. It was a symbol of light and energy, looking powerful and strict.

2006 — 2017

AGL Logo-2006

The redesign of 2006 kept the original logo but made several modifications. First of all, the typeface of the wordmark was changed into a more elegant and strong one. Secondly, the emblem was now drawn in white and placed on the upper part of a bright blue square, which had its bottom right corner rounded. The square was accompanied by the “Energy in action” motto, placed in the right in two levels, with its lightweight sans-serif letters creating a friendly and welcoming mood.

2017 — Today

AGL Logo

The five rays from the original logo were kept but completely changed their style in 2017. The current AGL logo featured a lowercase inscription in light sans-serif, drawn in black, and five gradient blue lines with rounded angles placed above the lettering. It looks bright, modern, and cool, showing the ability of the company to change with the world, to follow the latest trending but without losing its individuality and legacy.


AGL logo

The unexpected combination of bolder and thinner lines and curves makes this serif typeface radically different from most other fonts, while the shape of the “A” only reinforces this effect.