Someone Optimized Famous Logos To Use Less Ink And Be More Environmentally Friendly
Visibility is hugely important to brands, which is why they want to see their logo everywhere, but there’s a price to pay for such widespread exposure, not just financially but ecologically as well.
As you can see below however, there’s a simple way to reduce these costs, and that’s by using less ink. The idea, called Ecobranding, is a new conceptual experiment aimed at making brands more eco-friendly while at the same time saving millions of dollars in production costs. From McDonald’s and Apple to H&M and FedEx, the streamlined examples you can find here maintain the essence of each specific logo while simultaneously making it more cost-effective for both the manufacturer and the environment. How do you think they compare to the originals?
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