Icelandic pixie Bjork's old-school logo is more a unique typeface than an actual logo (it's DIN 1451, a realist sans-serif typeface used on European street signs, for the record), but the Paul White-drafted design is instantly recognizable nonetheless. White and his firm Me Company handled pretty much all visual aspects of Bjork -- album art, videos and more -- spanning from her pre-solo band the Sugarcubes through to her 1998 album 'Homogenic.'