April 22, 2013

Four chambers

logo of the Philippine Heart Center The Philippine Heart Center is a government hospital which specializes in cardiology and other medical branches related to it. It was established by presidential decree in 1975, during the time of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, though, apparently, it was one of the projects of his wife Imelda. I've always loved its logo.

6 comments:

Doronette NF said...

Oh yes, I like this logo too. It makes me think of four-leaf clover!

Barbara Farr said...

I agree. Great logo and a noble cause for the woman who loved shoes.

LONDONLULU said...

A truly eye-catching logo too, like Doronette NF, I was reminded of a four-leaf clover! (I wonder if it was intentional in the design:)

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a beautiful logo and I like the reflections in this image!
Léia

Lowell said...

Very cool! You gotta have heart! So Marcos did at least one thing right, right?

joseph teodoro said...

Hi. Do you still remember the tv commercial of the Heart Center during the late 70s (or was it early 80s) - It opens with the sound of a beating heart, a lady with 2 kids walking down the halls of the Heart Center (I can still remember parts of the song - "Take good care of your heart, xxx") A man is lying on a bed - later on it is apparent he had a heart attack or has a heart condition. The lady and (their) kids enter the room and smile at him, the latter smiles back.