I don't know how you plan to use this, but I think you should be mighty careful about using a design from a registered trademark.
My thoughts exactly. Don’t steal.
I think htis was moreso a test to see what if I could do it. I am not printing anything with this on it, nor am i selling or distributing the artwork.
O.k., so basically you want to know how to draw concentric curves.
Start off with them as concentric circles and drag ruler guides to their centres.
Having done that you can easily chop up the circles, add rectangles to them etc.
This is largely a Pathfinder or Shape Builder job.
To (show that you (or someone you know) can) do it, you may:
1) With the Rounded Rectangle Tool create a sufficiently large rounded rectangle with a Radius corresponding to the innermost rounded gap and a Stroke Weight corresponding to the gap width,
2) Object>Path>Offset Path so you get the desired distance to the second gap,
3) Repeat 2),
4) With the Rectangle Tool create a rectangle to cut the desired upper right parts off the rounded rectangles and Object>Path>Divide Objects Below,
5) Delete the unneeded parts,
6) Apply the desired Fill and Stroke colours.
You may also start from the outside in 1) and go inwards, of course.
Edit: Hi Steve. No show?
And hi Peter. No show?
Too busy getting out in the workshop to make many small strips of leftover wood, down to 6x10x4 mm and 45x13x6 mm, all with one bevelled long edge, sorry.
In continuation of the instructions in post #7, to get the rounded strips with gaps, you should also:
7) Select all and Pathfinder>Divide,
8) For each, Object>Expand and Pathfinder>Minus Front (or whatever it is called in your version.
The best way.... VectorScribe. But that's not a stock AI solution.