Daft Punk's so-called "punk patch" logo was designed by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and, as the name implies, was meant to replicate the patches that many punk bands have their own emblems stiched on -- by taking the form of a patch, it emphasize their anti-celebrity stance. As bandmate Thomas Bangalter explains, “To us, the Daft Punk logo should be the star -- the concept is to keep us more low-profile than the music itself.”