GlaxoSmithKline Logo

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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is a British pharmaceutical company, one of the biggest pharmaceutical groups in the world. Founded in 2000, the company specializes  in a broad range of therapy areas but is particularly successful in the fields of HIV/AIDS, respiratory and vaccines.

Meaning and history

GlaxoSmithKline Logo history

2000 – 2014

GlaxoSmithKline Logo 2000

Originally, the main emblem was shaped as a kernel – an orange triangular shape with rounded corners. In its middle, they wrote ‘GSK’ in white lowercase letters. The font was a strict, elegant serif. On the emblem’s right, they also put the full name written in smooth grey letters.

2014 – Today

GlaxoSmithKline Logo

The GSK logo is a bright orange tablet-shaped emblem with the company name written in white Frutiger typeface. The GSK tablet shape also resembles the anatomical shape of the heart.

The gradient orange emblem contrasts perfectly with its black background, and the combination of orange and white expresses the company’s striving to do goo to its customers and provide high quality products.

The GSK logo is one of the most recognizable in the industry. It was designed by a London based Future brand agency.