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If Famous Logos Honestly Reflected The Brands They Represented…
By Yoon Sann Wong, 31 Jul 2015
Jo Sabin, head of community at graphic design marketplace DesignCrowd, recently published a collection of modified logos, reimagined to reflect the reputation of the companies they symbolized.
The parody logos include names such as Apple, IKEA, FIFA and Coca-Cola.
The FIFA logo was redesigned with the latest corruption scandal in mind, Sony’s revamp took into consideration the brand’s hacking saga, Apple’s logo reflects the constant need to update its products, and the Takata re-design was inspired by its Airbag recall in 2013.
View the tweaked designs below.
Other reimagined works previously featured include Disney princesses as mothers, modern-day teenagers and sporting short hair, popular software as humans, minions as fashion models and popular brands as toothpaste.
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