Artist Alexander Orlov Reimagined Famous Brand Logos in a New Futuristic Way – Design You Trust

Artist Alexander Orlov Reimagined Famous Brand Logos in a New Futuristic Way

What the future brand logos could look like. Thoughts?

More: Instagram, Behance, Facebook

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

The Wonder Of Illustrating Perpetual Movement in Space From A 1875 Astronomy Book
Ironic Illustrations About the Internet from Old Issues of The New Yorker, Which Now Look Quite Ordinary
A Shoe Polish Brand Won Big At Cannes For One Of The Most Delightful Campaigns
Assistant Professor Of Design Makes Honest Charts That Sum Up A Designer’s Life
Relatable Comics About Women’s Fashion
Digital Artist Shows You How Much Time She Takes To ‘Perfect’ Each Illustration
Street Artist Martin Whatson Incorporates Grayscale Characters Into His Colorful Murals
Illustrations, Lettering and Typographic Design by Huston Wilson
"Schoolgirl Nightmares": Bizarre And Horror Paintings By Kazuhiro Hori
Hundreds Of Museums Around the World Are Sending Each Other Bouquets Of Art Historical Flowers To Spread Love In A Dark Time
The Superb Modern Grpahic Design and Typography Experiences of Mattia Cacciatore
Artist Illustrates Honest Feelings That We Keep To Ourselves In 22 Candy Heart Comics
"Physiology of the Humanoid": The Digital Surrealism of Frenetik Void
Multi-Dimensional Illustrations Weave Together Mysterious Narratives By Victo Ngai
A-Z As Game Of Thrones Characters By Kerry Bell Is The Most Creative Thing You’ll See Today
"Lost In Color": Spectacular Minimalist Illustrations By Effy Zhang
12 Pictures That Anyone Who’s Been Pregnant Will Understand Perfectly
Artist Imagines Spilled Coffee As Monsters
Luisa Azevedo And Her Fairy Animal Photo Manipulations
Psychedelic Smoothie – Food Artist Rachel Lorton Imagines Ultra-Colorful Vegan Creations, And They Are Pretty Amazing!
11 Tips For Housewives Trying To Be Sexy In The 1930s
Cat Cafe
Artist Hikaru Cho Takes Part in the Amnesty International's Global Campaign “My Body My Rights”
Artist Shows The Sorrow Of Thrown Away Objects He Finds In The Streets By Drawing Sad Clown Faces On Them