Unquestionably clean, bold and true to the science of fusion.
Helion is bringing fusion energy to market
The energy demands on our planet are accelerating every year, and our future depends on clean, efﬁcient energy sources. Fusion energy is how every star in the universe creates energy, but has proven elusive for the world’s best scientists to safely and efﬁciently recreate.
Helion’s process takes one glass of heavy water which can power one home for almost 900 years, an electric car for 35 million miles, and can replace 10 million pounds of coal and replace 1 million gallons of oil.
An identity system that tells a story
To capture the Helion story, we designed a simple, iconic identity that is both an H and a ± that represents the charged plasma particles that fuel the Helion accelerator. These are surrounded by an arc that forms an e for energy. We call this symbol the Helion Glyph. The bold magenta color comes directly from the color of plasma when heated to 100 million degrees Celsius. Magenta is both a bold color choice and one that is unquestionably true to the science of fusion.
Inspired by the space age
The name Helion, which is the nucleus of a helium-3 atom, is rendered in custom letterforms inspired by 1970s NASA type design. The imagery used is clean and shows the promise of a fusion future.
Creative Direction: Joe and Leslie Stitzlein
Graphic Design: Fredrik Averin, Gaston Yagmourian
Animated Logo: Nertil Muhaxhiri at Deep Shape
Rendering Art Direction: Corey Stephens
Rendering, Website Design and Development: Essen International