Seed of Life Logo
The Urban Street wear fashion scene has been buzzing over the clothing brand with the Geometric Circle Logo and we have constantly been told people loved our seed of life pattern without knowing who it belonged too. But that it crucially wasn't obviously linked to Scar Tissue Clothing. We've heard it all when stopped in street or in a urban pub over last year:
"Sweet cap bro, love that logo. But what the hell is it?"
"What's that clothing brand logo with the 7 joined up circles you are wearing?"
"Who is the clothing logo with that geometric circle pattern on your t-shirt?"
"What is that logo with the 7 circles on your joggers mate?"
"That hoodie is lit, but what is that circle logo all about?"
The Scar Tissue Clothing logo is very different to your standard street wear brand. We wanted a circular pattern logo that would stand out from the rest, look good and most importantly have a bit of substance. Many people will look at our logo and just see seven circles all joined up to create one and now will be thinking what’s so special about that? However behind that geometric pattern and that seven-circled logo, there is a lot of meaning.
The symmetric logo combines seven circles together in sixfold symmetry to represent the 7 days of creation. Each circle symbolises a day out of the seven. This is called the seed of life, also known as the flower of life. New beginnings and fresh starts, it should be written on our tombstone. This is also something we believe in and feel strongly about. So making this our logo was a must as it was so symbolic of our journey. It's literally the symbol of life itself, and we LIVE to design and create quality clothing. Almost makes me want to bring out in song and below out the "circle of life".
It's been highlighted to us, that a variation of the Seed of Life logo appears on the cover of a Cold Play album cover. And a few other sources, including the Sonus festival in Croatia and some clothing. Considering it can found in The Temple of Osiris at Abydos, Egypt, in medival art and even Leonardo Da Vinci studied and drew it (possibly while listening to an early recording of A Head Full of Dreams with Chris Martin). I think we can safely assume Cold Play were not the originators of this. The symbol is sacred, ancient and appears in all the main religions. The Seed of Life is a universally recognised symbol of creation, and the name of the pattern instantly offers insight into it's deeper purpose and meaning. It's been traced back to 4000 BC, but ultimately is about the original 7 days of creation of life itself. So while it could be argued that no-one truly owns it, we have it trademarked which is about as good as you can get.
History aside, our meaningful logo will never ruin a photo for you. From being snapped on a night out or a little cheeky selfie, our logo will never disappoint. It always remains the same way around and forever looks good on any garment it’s placed on thanks to it's perfect circular symmetry and mirror reverse.
So next time you see a person wearing one of our tee’s, caps, or tracksuits, you’ll understand. This is more than just a logo, it’s a way of life, it's Scar Tissue Clothing.