I was browsing through some old graphic design annuals when I stumbled across this rejected logo.
Print Magazine July/August 1996
"Kinetic" was the name proposed for Silicon Graphics' new generation of Indigo Computers. The logo was created to illustrate the name, which implies speed and suitability for animation and multimedia. Two- and three-dimensional versions of the logo were created and used for badges, collateral materials, posters, packaging and animation. The logo was dropped, however, when another name was chosen for the computer line.