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The original Hammerhead logo was created by company artist Lyle Hehn for the previously-named Hammerhead Ale, which is the company’s top-selling beer. The logo itself was modeled after French and German ads from the 1920s that idolized the working class. And he kind of just looks like a guy you’d want to have a beer with, doesn’t he?
McMenamins artist Lyle Hehn knew he wanted to do something astronomical in concept for Terminator Stout’s beer label. And he needed something that would look good in black and white (much like a pint of stout). So he turned to old medieval woodcuts for inspiration and came up with this long-standing Terminator icon.
When we needed a logo for our newest bottled beer, Sunflower IPA, Mike McMenamin asked three of our company artsists (Lyle Hehn, Jenny Joice and Myrna Yoder) to come up with a design. But all three were fantastic, so it was hard to choose just one. Today, the IPA labels rotate between two different brightly colored sunflower faces and a mysterious Indian dancer.
The Ruby logo was created by McMenamins artist Lyle Hehn, who was inspired by German good-luck kitchen witches. Today, Ruby shows up in a variety of places, in various pursuits and forms, yet always with her beautiful red locks.