Verviers is a town in Belgium with a history dating back a millennium and about 50,000 current inhabitants. Last week, on November 29, the town revealed a new visual identity created by Liège-based agency Synthèse.
Logos for smaller towns and municipalities tend to fall somewhere between the mediocre and the awful. This one is remarkably more interesting as it manages to carry out one idea coherently with a variety of applications.
In addition to the main town symbol, there are variations for its three districts. They all feature a green V and a woven pattern.