What If Famous Painters Had Their Own Modern Logos

Have you ever thought how famous artists like Leonardo Da Vinci or Salvador Dali would create in the modern world? What if these famous painters had their own modern logos? Continue reading »

Designer 3D Prints Famous Logos Into Items You Can Use Everyday

Japanese designer Taku Omura has come up with an amusing project in which he 3D prints famous brand logos into everyday items you can use at home or office. Continue reading »

Designer Challenges Himself To Create Logos With Hidden Meanings For A Year

Wordplay is a never-ending source of amusement for me, with puns, spoonerisms and double entendres bringing a little extra color and life to the everyday language that we sometimes take for granted. Continue reading »

Brutally Honest Logos By Viktor Hertz That Will Make You Laugh

Viktor Hertz is a freelance graphic designer from Sweden. He creates works full of sarcasm and humour and plays with popular mainstream works of art. Viktor has been featured in numerous worldwide exhibitions, magazines and books, and has also had his own work exhibited. In 2014 he started writing and directing short films, and is currently combining commission work with personal projects. Continue reading »

Indian Designer Creates Brand Logos By Perfectly Combining Two Elements

A brand identity is always made based on the brand essence and core values or its defined by name. In this project, a set of brand icons is portrayed with a combination of two main elements, that stands for a unique pursued images. These icons will communicate thoughtful supreme designs blended with an ideal and minimalistic set up in a consistent way. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

Artist Tom Galle Makes Weapons Out Of Corporate Logos

Whether we like it or not, there are some corporate logos so ubiquitous that they creep into our subconscious. In his latest series, artist Tom Galle, known for his clever work that blurs lines between brands and people, takes famous brand emblems and fashions them into weapons. Continue reading »

Universal Unbranding, Satirical Versions Of Corporate Logos

“Universal Unbranding,” is a series of satirical versions of famous logos by French art collective Maentis. Continue reading »

The Graphic Designer Reworking Fashion’s Most Iconic Logos

Things are taking a rather different turn in the hands of Reilly, a London-based, Scottish-born graphic designer and art director who for several years now, has been toying cheerily with the logos which we see day in, day out – reworking them with fashion’s greatest mainstays. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Stunning Fashion Logos Made From Images Of Their Brand Personalities

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The Netherlands-based artist Mike Frederiqo has recreated the logos of haute couture using cartoon images of their founders and brand personalities. Chanel, Yves Saint-Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Marc Jacobs and fashion mag Vogue got the treatment. It is hard to explain, but rather easy to understand once you dig through them in the gallery below. Continue reading »

Honest Food And Beverage Logos With Calorie Count On Them

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Calorie Brands had a great idea to redesign popular products to show how many calories they have. Continue reading »

What If Doctors Doodle Brand Logos?

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We came across this really creative collection of brand logos as if they were scribbled out by doctors. Really fun – have a look! Continue reading »

Imagine If Logos Represented Company Behaviour

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Imagine if brands were forced to create company logos that represent some recent discoveries and news headlines. Well, designers from around the world have done exactly that, by finding high-resolution images of company logos and transforming them into logos that represent the company behavior. Continue reading »