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Famous logos cleverly redesigned

Published Feb 5, 2020

Logo redesigns for iconic brands can get a lot of hate and criticism when the end result isn’t all that great (looking at you Zara).

We’ve rounded up some cool concepts created by clever designers that decided to explore a new look for some of the world’s most famous logos.

Cover: Apple Geometric Restyling by Ruslan Babkin

The new Amazon by Sam Bunny
Burger King Redesign by Tom Brinton
Gatorade Rebrand by Allan Peters
Nescafé Logo Redesign by WIlliam Lovecraft
Kobe NBA Logo by Tyson Beck
Volkswagen Redesign Concept by Christoph Andrejcic
Twitter Logo Proposal (For Fun) by Myles Stockdale
NASA new look by Moe Slah
PlayStation Logo Redesign by Gustavo Zambelli
YouTube Lettering Concept by Luis Lili
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