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The Designer Reveals His Suggestions for Redesigning Famous Brands

French designer Kévin Royer plays with different redesigns of famous (and not so famous) global brands. You can judge how good he is at it, see his works in his Instagram. Continue reading »

Legotypes: This Artist Creates Famous Brand Logos Out Of LEGO Bricks

Motion designer Vasily Bodnar presented his – Legotypes, in which he imagined how logos of famous brands would look if they were made of LEGO bricks. Although in this case they are made in 3D… Continue reading »

Medieval Branding: Famous Logos Recreated As Medieval Brands

Ilya Denisov aka Ilya Stallone created a series of works “Medieval Branding” where he reimagines what the logos of famous modern brands would look like during the middle ages. Continue reading »

These Designers Remade Iconic Logos In Different Styles, And Here Are The Results

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When talking logos, there are some that immediately pop into our heads as they’ve aged like fine wine and gained worldwide recognition. It’s difficult to imagine Apple, McDonald’s, or Google’s logos as anything other than what they are now, but it sure sounds entertaining. Continue reading »

25 Redesigns Of Famous Logos And Some Of Them Are Better Than The Original


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Famous designers and artists sharing their redesign concepts of famous logos in Dribbble and Behance and they are really stunning and some of them are better than the original logo. my favorite redesigned logo is Google Maps, its really good how they blend “G” as a map symbol. Tell us your favorite logos in our comment section. Continue reading »

“Annihilation of Humanity”: The Superb Metal Bands Logo Design by Irina Voland

Do you like heavy metal as much as I do? If your answer is yes, then you’ll be impressed with these beautiful logos created by Irina Voland. Exellent lettering! Continue reading »

Modern Logos in Chromatic Style by Martin Naumann

Designer Martin Naumann imagined what the logos of world-famous brands would look like in a futuristic-neon style. Martin Naumann is a multidisciplinary artist, and graphic designer, currently based in Dessau, Germany. Continue reading »

Artist Rogan Hutton Combines Famous Brand Logos for Fun

Rogan Hutton aka roboteatspopcorn is a Graphic, Web Designer, Illustrator and NBA enthusiast from Perth, Australia. In this series he combined the logos of famous companies from different businesses. Continue reading »

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

What the future brand logos could look like. Thoughts? Continue reading »

Artist Remixed Iconic Logos With The Word “Fart” As A Father’s Day Surprise For His Dad, A Former Sign Maker

According to an artist: “Life is better with laughter! An ode to my dear dad, a sign maker who has wisely said…”You Know You Are Old, When Farts Are No Longer Funny!” As a silly surprise for him, this “Farter’s Day” aka “Father’s day – I remixed 99 iconic logos with the word Fart. Continue reading »

Designer Lydia Cambron Transforms Brand Logos into Protest Messages

New York-based designer Lydia Cambron has been transforming brand logos into protest messages and sharing them on Instagram. Continue reading »

Lettering Artist Rafael Serra Creates Popular Logos in A Vintage Spirit

Pizza Hut, Spotify, Liddl… Inspired by advertising and marketing from the 70s, Portuguese type designer and lettering artist Rafael Serra imagined what modern brand logos would look like if they had been designed some decades ago. Playing with colors and typography, the artist offers a new version of these logos that we know very well today, and gives them a vintage and retro style. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist David Huynh Used the Logos from Famous Companies to Depict His Own Perspective of Those Companies

Some might have you believe that creating a logo for a company is a fairly straightforward task, while in fact it is not. Continue reading »

Artist Reveals What Fonts Were Used To Design Famous Logos

There is no doubt that a logotype is the face of the company; that‘s why each element of some of the most iconic and well-recognizable logos is carefully thought out, even though they might seem simple. Continue reading »

Can You Recognize These Logo Brands? Artist Pedro Almeida Has Got A Challenge For You

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In his series “Power of Brands – Minimal Logos”, artist Pedro Almeida challenges you to look at the minimalist version of a brand logo and see if you can make out what brand it actually is. Do you think it is easy to do that when the brand logo has been stripped down to the bare minimum, block colours and basic shapes? Find out below! Continue reading »

Italian Graphic Designer Emanuele Abrate Perfectly Fixes The ‘World’s Worst Logos’

A brand logo can make it or break it in the big game. Just look at the most iconic ones—from Apple to Nike, there’s something genius, yet so simple about them. But that’s an exception rather than a rule. Continue reading »

Company Asks 100 People To Draw 10 Car Logos From Memory, Receives Hilarious Results

How well do you know car logos? Sure, you may remember the simple ones like Audi or Mercedes but what about the more complicated ones like Alfa Romeo or Vauxhall? UK user van retailer Van Monster wanted to see just how well people remember car logos and asked 100 people to draw them from memory. They challenged and rated the results of 46 men and 54 women and the results ranged from “pretty accurate” to “absolutely terrible”. Continue reading »

Designer Michael Irwin Perfectly Rebrands Famous Logos Just For Fun

Michael Irwin is a Design Director, Brand Strategist, and Creative Catalyst. He’s a born and raised Jersey native who is currently based in New York. He builds brands, loves sports, and strives to create simple, deeply-rooted, lasting solutions through his work. Continue reading »

Coronavirus Logos: Iconic Logos Reimagined For The Age Of Coronavirus

Jure Tovrljan, a creative director based in Slovenia, has given makeovers to famous brand’s logos to make them more relevant for the coronavirus age. Continue reading »

These Houses Are Designed In The Shape Of Famous Logos

Architects never seize to surprise us with their intricate and innovative designs. Some showcase their ingenuity by creating unique functionalities in the houses they design, others demonstrate never-seen-before exteriors. Recently, architect Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse studio demonstrated unusual house designs after finding inspiration in an unexpected place — logos of famous brands. Logos, usually being simplistic yet novel, turned out to be the perfect reference to outstanding architecture. Continue reading »

Artist Redesigned Famous Logos, Printed Them Out And Repackaged Them In A Way That Will Mess With Your Head … In A Good Way

Egyptian Ahmed Morshedi is an art director by profession and creates some very interesting art as well. Continue reading »

Famous Brands Get A Logo Makeover By A Canadian Artist To Better Reflect Their Brand Philosophy

Some might have you believe that creating a logo for a company is a fairly straightforward task, while in fact it is not. Continue reading »

This Designer Gave 30 Examples On What Creative Logo Design Should Look Like

Mustafa Ömerli is an Istambul-based designer with over 15 years of experience under his belt. He is known for his minimalistic yet creative designs and this time he decided to share some examples of what good logo design should look like. Continue reading »

“Fast Food Rivals”: 10 Confusing Pics That Mix Up Famous Rival Brand Logos

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According to CDA, UK’s appliance manufacturer: “Many of the fast food chains that we know and love are not only famous for their food and drink, but for the logo that represents them, too. The familiar golden arches of McDonalds, the iconic two-tailed mermaid of Starbucks… Instantly, we know exactly what brand we’re dealing with and the type of refreshments we can expect.” Continue reading »