Slipknot Logo

 

Slipknot Logo

The Slipknot logo is a nine-point star, also called the Nonagram. The star was created by the band members from scratch, no other source but imagination was used.

Meaning and history Slipknot Logo

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The Nonagram symbolizes the unity between the band’s members. The number of points equals the number of musicians. Slipknot explained that the nine-point star is in no way a Satan symbol, it is a symbol of the “battle with the fake world”.

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The first version of the Nonagram appeared around 1995, while the second one was introduced in 2014.

Slipknot symbol: The Gray Chapter

Slipknot symbol

On the cover of the pre-release of the album 5. The Gray Chapter, the nonagram looked different from the one featured on the previous covers. It was the first time when the new color scheme including black and red was introduced. The regular cover of the 2014 album was built around a depiction of a skeleton, with the name of the band in red above, while the name of the album was given in white and placed below.

Font of the Slipknot Logo

Font Slipknot Logo

The custom font designed for the Slipknot wordmark is highly original. It gives a hint about the type of music the band plays. The typeface would fit as perfectly for the name of a horror movie.

Color of the Slipknot Logo

Color Slipknot Logo

Red, the color of blood, and black create a dark and sinister contrast.

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