Foo Fighters Logo

Foo Fighters Logo
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Foo Fighters is an American band established in Seattle, 1994. The music genre in which they generally sing is rock and its derivatives. The head of the band, responsible for guitar accompaniment and lead vocals, is Dave Grohl. He was the drummer of Nirvana in the past. The band became popular after its first album, called after its name – Foo Fighters.

Meaning and history

Initially, it was a one-man project, driven by Dave Grohl, a previous Nirvana drums player. After the disappearing of the group, he decided to make his own premier album and called it Foo Fighters. This name derived from a term, spread in US Air Force during the War, used to describe unknown flying things as well as paranormal phenomena in the sky above Eurasia and Pacific Ocean. Soon after the impressive success of his album, the popularity came to Grohl, and he had to form a collective to record more songs.

What is Foo Fighters?
Foo Fighters is an US band of rockers, founded in 1994 and originating from Seattle. The Fighters were established by Nirvana’s old participant, Dave Grohl. There are ten albums sang by the group. The band consists of Grohl, responsible for guitar accompaniment and the voice, Rami Jaffee playing synthesizer, Nate Mendel who’s caring for bass, and Chris Shiflett with Pat Smear responsible for second and third guitars.

1997 – 2002

Foo Fighters Logo 1997

The very first logotype of the group was made for Foo Fighters’ following album, The Colour and the Shape. It was composed of a one-line inscription with the name of the band without a background. The words had a custom typeface with italicized letters, which had a red handwritten style. All letters were connected to each other by straight and abrupt lines.

2002 – 2005

Foo Fighters Logo 2002

The 2002 version of the wordmark appeared with the band’s fourth album, called One by One. It featured a creepy-styled typeface with extra slim letters, which had small gaps in between. All letters had an uppercase appearance, and their coloring was black.

2007 – today

Foo Fighters Logo

The following logo was created by the brand design team of Foo Fighters band in 2007. It refers to the collective’s sixth album, which was called Echoes, Silence, Patience& Grace. As previous ones, the 2007 logo depicts the nameplate of the brand. It’s a two-line inscription without a background or any special badges, signs and other elements.


The font of the 2007 version of the Foo Fighters’ wordmark has custom letters. For example, both ‘O’ characters are looking like circles cut in two parts by white lines. The last ‘S’ also was a circle, but with white strokes embedded inside it. The general appearance of the whole inscription consisted of extra wide lines of characters, which gave the whole wordmark a heavy style.


Historically, Foo Fighters didn’t have a single brand identity. Their logotypes were always made for new albums, but not the band itself. This instability was also reflected in their color palette: the very first logotype was painted red, while the 2002 version had a black painting, and the 2007 variant was colored gray.