Gulf Oil Logo
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Learn more about the Gulf brand, find out the Gulf Oil colors, and download a Gulf vector logo in the SVG file format.
Gulf Oil was a major global oil company from 1901 until March 15, 1985. The eighth-largest American manufacturing company in 1941 and the ninth-largest in 1979, Gulf Oil was one of the so-called Seven Sisters oil companies. Prior to its merger with Standard Oil of California, Gulf was one of the chief instruments of the Mellon family fortune; both Gulf and Mellon Financial had their headquarters in Pittsburgh. Gulf’s former headquarters, originally referred to as “the Gulf Building”, is an Art Deco skyscraper. The tallest building in Pittsburgh until 1970, when it was eclipsed by the U.S. Steel Tower, it is capped by a step pyramid structure several stories high. Until 1973, the entire top was illuminated, changing color with changes in barometric pressure to provide a weather indicator that could be seen for many miles. After 1973 until the 2000s, only a beacon on top would change colors.
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Psychology of colors in the Gulf logo:
Blue is trust, responsability, honesty, loyality, security, relaing, calmness, and control. White is safety, harmony, stability, reliability, and balance.