What animal is the Motörhead logo? Motörhead
Motörhead logo consists of a demonic skull with long horns and vicious teeth. Also known as ‘War-Pig’ or ‘Snaggletooth’ and featuring gothic style lettering, it was designed in 1977 by American graphic artist Joe Petagno who also created album covers for Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Nazareth, and Roy Harper.
Where did the Motörhead logo come from? The emblem
It is a fanged mug with tusks and spikes, which was designed by a famous artist Joe Petango and first appeared on the cover of the Motörhead debut album. Petagno came up with the idea of a hybrid of gorilla, wolf and dog with wild boar tusks. Lemmy Kilmister added the helmet, chains and spit.
What animal is Snaggletooth? Snaggletooth shark, Hemipristis elongatus, is a species of weasel shark, family Hemigaleidae, and the only extant member of the genus Hemipristis. Snagglepuss, originally known as “Snaggletooth”, a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character.
What is Motörhead slang? motorhead (plural motorheads) (US, Canada, slang) A car, truck, or motorcycle enthusiast. (UK, slang) A heavy user of amphetamines.