The concept logo consists of 4 light-beams creating a spotlight. Lighttpd is not placed inside the circle of light because lighttpd is creating the circle its not in the spotlight, it lets your app. be in the spotlight.
Here's my contribution to your logo contest.
I worked on the idea of something 'lightweight' to which I added the concept of infinity symbolized by a Moebius strip. Colors are luminous and can be tweaked of course to suit your taste.
The logo describes what a web-server software means to me: lightweight, infinite uptime, brisk and reliable.
Hope you like it
I decided to take a shot at the lighttpd logo. I've attached the file.
Best of luck with the contest!
My entry for the lighttpd logo contest. Scalable SVG and rendered bitmap attached.
I have created some logos (4). I hope you like them.
Here are our contributions to your logo contest. There are 8 separate submissions in total.
These can also viewed at our website at http://www.endturn.com/notebook/lighttpd-logo-contest
For ease of display, we've submitted these as png but these originally are scaleable vector images.
Many thanks, Phu & Michael Ly
I noticed your Logo Contest for Lighttpd, and this is a little work of
Actually I do not believe that it makes a serious contender, because
well, I took the images it's based upon from google-image search, so I'm
not 'exactly' sure about copyright issues ;)
And it's also not a completely polished piece of work, as I have very
little time these days, it's basically just a rough sketch made in the
However, if you like it I'd be honoured if you'd add it to your
logo-contest page, maybe to serve as an inspiration for other artists.
I also tried doing the font with an outline, but the way it turned out just made me want to watch The Life Aquatic again:
Actually, the real source of the heavy d was an inventive (but way too silly) rough draft:
There were a couple of other fonts that almost made the cut. They gave the whole thing a different personality:
So there's the history :)
Here's my entry for you to consider. I think of lighttpd as "springy" and so I designed a leaf. The files are all vector/EPS, so scalable to any size, and if chosen I can provide a greyscale version as well for any letterheads etc. that you print.