Designer: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
Year created: 1997
When Daft Punk burst onto the dance scene in 1997, little if anything was known about the duo. Beginning with low-budget simple disguises, the group would later become infamous for their futuristic robot outfits. Maybe just as famous as their look was their logo. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, half of Daft Punk, designed the logo, which first appeared on their 1997 debut, Homework.
The French duo has since elevated themselves to higher levels with plenty of success behind their Alive 2007 set and their 2013 Random Access Memories release. While the identities and lives of Thomas Bangalter and de Homem-Christo continue to remain somewhat of a mystery, the linear-stacked logo remains as recognizable as the duo's signature helmets.