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Artist Puts A New Spin On Famous Logo Designs To Make Them More Fun
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Artist Puts A New Spin On Famous Logo Designs To Make Them More Fun

Designer De2s decided to spend his time in quarantine redesigning popular logos. He puts an interesting twist on designs we probably all know. He chose Dunkin’ Donuts, Apple, FedEx, and other companies with easily recognizable logos. The new designs are creative and some even feature popular characters like Homer Simpson and Yoshi.

The designer told Bored Panda: “As a freelance brand designer, the coronavirus lockdown had a very negative impact on my business. I had so much free time all of a sudden that I was looking for a way to stay creative in these uncertain times. So I decided to redesign the logos of multinational companies, keeping in mind that these brands are recognizable by everyone thanks to their colors or their shapes.”

More info: Instagram | de2s.fr | Facebook

Starbucks original logo

The artist shared what is the whole point of this project: “The goal: to offer disruptive alternatives by merging two brands, giving them a more illustrative, more minimalist, more fun, more geek, more rock, or more engaging aspect.”

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De2s is a brand designer, illustrator, motion freelance. He creates many different designs and adds. De2s also accepts commissions, so if you need a cool artist, you can contact him through his social media.

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He uses different stylistics to recreate logos and every design has a unique feel to it. Some have nature fragments, some more simplistic, some very detailed. The artist even incorporates street art and humor into the new logos.

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Which design is your favorite? Maybe there’s a logo you would like to see recreated next? Tell us in the comments!

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Burger King original logo

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FedEx original logo

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Ikea original logo

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Apple original logo

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Dunkin’ Donuts original logo

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Lacoste original logo

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Dónal Ó Murchadha
Community Member
2 years ago

From a commercial point of view there's a lot of creativity but a lot of illegible letters. And forgive me for if I'm being negative and critical but if something serves a purpose(say a commercial purpose) it's not art and detracts from the term artist. This is graphic designing rather than artistry but some good work all the same.

Elin Stenqvist
Community Member
2 years ago

I agree. A lot of great ideas that work like art pieces, but not in a commercial setting. Logos are designed to be easy to read and instantly recognised. Too many added details works the opposite way.

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David Jeu
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2 years ago

The Burger King with fries was good :)

pei meow
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2 years ago

I agree.p

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Dynein
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2 years ago

I THOUGHT the apple logos looked like they had words hidden in them, but I only recognized the pattern when I'd reached the vigilance version.

Freya the Wanderer
Community Member
2 years ago

I thought for sure at least onr of the Apple variations would have a worm. 😉

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Dónal Ó Murchadha
Community Member
2 years ago

From a commercial point of view there's a lot of creativity but a lot of illegible letters. And forgive me for if I'm being negative and critical but if something serves a purpose(say a commercial purpose) it's not art and detracts from the term artist. This is graphic designing rather than artistry but some good work all the same.

Elin Stenqvist
Community Member
2 years ago

I agree. A lot of great ideas that work like art pieces, but not in a commercial setting. Logos are designed to be easy to read and instantly recognised. Too many added details works the opposite way.

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David Jeu
Community Member
2 years ago

The Burger King with fries was good :)

pei meow
Community Member
2 years ago

I agree.p

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Dynein
Community Member
2 years ago

I THOUGHT the apple logos looked like they had words hidden in them, but I only recognized the pattern when I'd reached the vigilance version.

Freya the Wanderer
Community Member
2 years ago

I thought for sure at least onr of the Apple variations would have a worm. 😉

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