Global Brands Redesigned as If They Were from The USSR

In 2016, designer Mikhail Levchenko did a project called “USSR-styled Modern Brands,” in which he proposed logos for famous brands in the stylistics of the USSR.

“I have been in love with letters since high school and have been doing it professionally for the last five years. The variety of styles in calligraphy and lettering is my main source of inspiration, because the number of different variations of the same word is not limited by anything but the level of skill and imagination” – Mikhail Levchenko.

More: Mikhail Levchenko, Instagram, Behance






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