Aliens Poster | Tom Whalen
I LOVE this kind of design
‘Dave’ ambigram by mattmcinerney
Taco Bell apparently changed it’s logo after “Demoliton Man” was released to look more like the futuristic version.
My question is, did the design people for the movie have a “head’s up” on the next planned iteration of the logo? Or did the Taco Bell designers simply take a cue from the film?
some of these have made me cry with laughter
I don’t know what this is but it’s cool-lookin’
The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brian logo redesign - before and after
i like the new one a whole lot more
Is Mexican-style fast food chain Chipotle suffering from a branding design “identity crisis”, or are they slowly introducing a new logo type treatment?
(photo on left is Chipotle in East Village, photo on right is Gramercy Park / 23rd St. location)
2 Examples of hidden messages in famous corporate logos:
This famous logo is extremely clean and simple, with the arrow making no sense to you. But if study it carefully, it says that amazon.com has everything from a to z and it also represents the smile brought to the customer’s face.
This is the last FedEx logo designed by Lindon Leader.There’s a hidden white arrow between “e” and “x” letters, symbolizing the “movement”.
more logos here
I had never picked up on these before.