Hispanic sun symbols (símbolos del sol) that I’ve been playing with in order to put together some logos for our 3-level Spanish course at Soleducational.com.
Casa del sol (Home page) for one of our first websites around 1996. Back then web sites had to be tiny and most images were heavily indexed – this was indexed down to 3 ‘colours’ (red, gold, transparent) on a page with a hexidecimal turquoise background.
Módulo Uno features a Spanish theme on its cover with this Miro or possibly Picasso-influenced sun logo. (More about these influential Spanish painters at https://emilydaviesviscom.wordpress.com/?s=Picasso)
The typeface used for the word ‘educational’ is Pablo, a design based on Picasso’s handwriting.
The cover of Módulo Dos features Machu Picchu, along with this Peruvian-influenced logo of a golden Inca sun.
Módulo Tres has a Mexican theme and I’m still working on the logo. The book cover itself features a Mexican wooden sun plaque on it, and is similar to our business cards below.
I am also working on a logo that is based on the Aztec calendar stone which also represents the sun. This was a silver earring charm that was blown up and texturized.
Both Uruguay and Argentina feature a stylized sun on their flags. This sun is a fusion between the Spanish sun with its straight rays, and the Inca sun with its wavy rays.
My version of the Argentinean sun…
More interpretations of ‘Sun’ at Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Sun