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What is your favorite redesign of a logo? Your least favorite?

Asked by Joker94 (8175points) August 20th, 2011

Pretty much explains itself. Oh, and tell us why!

My favorites are probably the new Mountain Dew logos, because they fit with the obnoxious look of the drink. I also love the redesigned Doritos logo, because it kept a lot of what was fun about the original while taking a more mature look overall.

My least favorite is probably the new Pepsi logo. It just looks to weird for me, personally. Also, the recent redesign of the Google Chrome logo just sucks.

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mazingerz88's avatar

Ah, the things you noticed, dude!

I love when major movie companies update their opening logo. I miss the old Tri-Star Pictures’ jumping winged-horse. I do appreciate the new lady of Columbia Pictures and how they digitized theirs in Twentienth Century Fox, Paramount etc.

augustlan's avatar

I don’t know if this is even a redesigned logo, and if it is, it was done quite a while ago… but my favorite logo is Federal Express’s. It’s because of that secret arrow you never noticed, between the “E” and the “x”. I’d been looking at that logo for years, and never saw the arrow until my daughter pointed it out. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.

MilkyWay's avatar

I’m with you on the new Pepsi logo, I hate it! It looks cheap.

El_Cadejo's avatar

i cant say any I like a lot but i can tell you two that I fucking hate.

Syfy. Fuck you you’re not trendy.
Mtn Dew. See above. Also are we too poor to buy a vowel in these tough economic times?

El_Cadejo's avatar

@augustlan oh mannnn i never noticed the arrow before either. And you’re right, I dont think ill be able to unsee it now.

The_Idler's avatar

Sci Fi is now SyFy?

Urgh, i hadn’t seen that one. Horrible.

I would think “Siffee, what’s that?”

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