What is the Penrose triangle? It is a triangular impossible object. It was first created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. Then in the 1950s, the psychiatrist Lionel Penrose and his mathematician son Roger Penrose popularized and described it as "impossibility in its purest form".
Visually, many like ourselves would stare for the longest time trying to comprehend its possible existence in physical form. Alternatively, if you were to try and mentally construction it, it remains impossible. Much of the information required for 3 dimensional construction from 2 dimensional space is lost in the process, rendering its impossibility in reality. Such phenomenon comes upon the simplicity of the triangle diagram in 2 dimensional space.
Our choice of Penrose Triangle as our logo came about with the appreciating of the fundamentals of this impossibility. Transcending beyond this is the boundary of possibility. And in reality, nothing is impossible and unachievable with apt placement of hard work and effort.
That was how we chose to be.