The original logo of the winged design for VXV, formerly known as Five: 15. The logo draws inspiration from ancient Egyptian artwork with the design of the wing beside the text.
Five:15 Winged Logo – Original Design
Five:15 represents May 15th, the date at which Eric Jackson (Keaux) began his journey into the music business. That was the day that Five:15 (now known as VXV) was born.
Keaux has worked with music for nearly the majority of his life and now has an extensive cache of musical creations. From his SoundCloud, to his station on iHeart Radio, his goal is to change the face of music through his sound. With that, the branding for FIVE:15 began with his lyrical and musical styling of his own accord.
However, once the brand began, the identity was still in infancy. Therefore, a logo needed to be created in order to give the brand some visual life. As a result, the Winged Logo is born.
With the design, a phoenix-inspired Egyptian wing is the focal point. The wing represents birth and rebirth as it stands out beyond the entire logo. Unfortunately, after years of production, the quality of the wing is low from the image tracing.
The font is similar to the Movatif Heavy font. However, the original font is unknown as of now. The color scheme uses a burgundy shade for the wing and the 15. A thin burgundy line connects the end of the wing to the back of the colon.
In addition, there is a drop shadow behind the back of the wing and the FIVE:15 logo to create depth to the look on a white background.
Although the design is, to this day, outdated, there is still merchandise available. Shirts, hats, jackets, hoodies, and more can be purchased with the design by contacting Keaux Fonce through his contact page.