Funny story: I was contemplating a packaging design I could do to add to my portfolio as I've never had the opportunity to do anything like it for a client. As I was brainstorming a lot of different, very random company names/product ideas I began thinking about some heavy-duty men's soap. My beau works as a HAZMAT training technician so I am surrounded by information about nasty chemicals and how to properly disinfect someone who has been contaminated, so it seemed only natural to design something based on his work. The four squares of the logo are based on the chemical hazard placards posted outside buildings to notify people of the dangers held within. Blue is health (4 for 'deadly' to 0 'for normal'), red is fire (4 for 'flash point below 23C' to 0 for 'non-burning'), white is specific (oxidizer, acid, alkali, corrosive, use no water, and radiation), and yellow is reactive (4 for 'may detonate' to 0 for 'stable'). And now you know a lot more than you needed to.
I present to you:
Human Decon bar soap: For those times in life when you need a higher level of clean.
Great for: firemen, cops, garbage men, doctors, nurses and other hospital staff, HAZMAT technicians, and people in other dirty career fields.
[Directions: Wet skin, lather up, scrub until you stop reeking. Warning: May cause excessive loss of man-stink. This condition is not permanent.]