Why isn’t Recycle Studio’s logo a bike?
Here, our aim is all about finding balance, growth and positive energy. It is about setting intentions with your mind to help your body achieve them. It is about realizing sweat is your body’s expression of your mind’s strength. It is about helping your soul sing through music and dance to the beat. It is about feeling better when you leave than when you walked in.
If our fragmented rambling has left you even more confused about where this logo came from, here is the long story short, as told in other people’s words.
The Recycle logo consists of three main images: a lotus flower, a buddha and a wheel. Combined, these elements visually express what it means to be recycled.
“Its unfolding petals suggest the expansion of the soul. The growth of its pure beauty from the mud of its origin holds a benign spiritual promise.”
Gautama discovered what Buddhists call the Middle Way—a path of moderation away from the extremes of self-indulgence and self-mortification.
The Buddha is known as the Wheel-Turner: he who sets a new cycle of teachings in motion and in consequence changes the course of destiny.
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