A new logo for Star Trek: The Next Generation has surfaced on the Internet.
The Star Treks logo is featured in the back of the Enterprise’s engineering section.
The logo has a futuristic style, with the Enterprise emblem and the word “STAR TREKS” emblazoned on it.
The Enterprise is also shown as “THE STAR TREKS.”
A Star Trek logo is commonly seen on the side of Star Trek-related merchandise and memorabilia.
In 2008, StarTrek.com posted a design for the new logo, which also features a logo for the original Star Trek series.
The “STAR TURBOROUGH” logo was first used in the 1980s, according to the StarTreks.com site.
This logo is used on merchandise from the 1990s, including the original film and the original series, according the site.
The new logo was designed by a team of designers and engineers at Lucasfilm Ltd.
and was based on the design used by Star Trek.
According to the website, this is the first time the logo has been used on a Star Trek product.
The design, according with the Star Trek brand, is meant to be a reference to the fact that Star Trek is about “the exploration and discovery of the unknown.”
“We wanted to bring to life the iconic Star Trek image, and this new logo is a perfect complement to our beloved franchise,” said Peter Weller, Vice President of Marketing and Digital Marketing at LucasFilm Ltd.
“The Star Trek Enterprise was designed to be the premier vessel for the Enterprise crew, and we are proud to offer the Enterprise to fans of the Star Wars franchise and fans of StarTreke.com for their fan-favorite merchandise.”
According to StarTreking.com, this logo was developed by “a team of artists and designers from Lucasfilm.”
The design was first released in 2008, and is still in use today.
“In an era of technological advances, Star Trek remains one of the most important, beloved and beloved science fiction franchises of all time, and today’s Star Trek emblem is the only place you can find a true Star Trek story,” said StarTrekers.com Senior Producer, Kevin Wilson.
“Fans are so excited to be able to experience Star Trek through merchandise from our brand new merchandise partner, Lucasfilm, as well as our own merchandising, which includes our Star Trek T-shirts and more.”
This is the fifth logo created for the Star Trek franchise.
The original logo was originally designed by Gene Roddenberry, but was abandoned by him after he died in 1992.
Roddens’ widow, Beverly Crusher, created the logo, along with artist Robert Fletcher.
“We are excited to collaborate with our new partner Lucasfilm on this new Star Trek and beyond, and look forward to introducing our fans to this brand new StarTreK logo,” said Beverly Crusher.
“Star Trek is synonymous with the exploration of space, and for the first few years after the series ended, the Startreks logo would have looked like the old logo.”