25 Redesigns Of Famous Logos And Some Of Them Are Better Than The Original


Sam Bunny

Famous designers and artists sharing their redesign concepts of famous logos in Dribbble and Behance and they are really stunning and some of them are better than the original logo. my favorite redesigned logo is Google Maps, its really good how they blend “G” as a map symbol. Tell us your favorite logos in our comment section.

All the designs are linked and lead to the sources from which they were taken. Please feel free to explore further works of these photographers on their collections or their personal sites.

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Matt Vancoillie


Benjamin Oberemok


Yassine Sebiat


Mart Biemans


Allan Peters


Usarek Studio


Sam Bunny


Damian Kidd


Ted Kulakevich


Usman Qureshi


Lance


Michael Irwin


Ganith


Gustavo Zambelli


Dennis Pasyuk


Aziz Farat


Egzon Musliu


Mihai Dolganiuc


Jordan Jenkins


Dennis Pasyuk


George Bishop


Myles Stockdale


Jozoor


Aditya

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/10/25-redesigns-of-famous-logos-and-some-of-them-are-better-than-the-original/

“Annihilation of Humanity”: The Superb Metal Bands Logo Design by Irina Voland

Do you like heavy metal as much as I do? If your answer is yes, then you’ll be impressed with these beautiful logos created by Irina Voland. Exellent lettering!

According to an artist: “My friends used to call me ‘Mods’. Prefix ‘Mod-‘ stuck to me because I like to modify, customize everything. The other bit is because the Moon is the black soul of night, i enjoy silence and stillness of the night. The Moon is near the Earth, but still far away – I can relate to that.”

More: Irina Voland, Instagram, Facebook

“I’ve always been looking for something special – dark, mystic, melancholic, even before I’ve got into art and subcultures. So i’ve decided to do my own thing, that connects my passion for music with drawing as my job.

I’m into graphic arts since 2004, after i quit working with PC hardware in my youth. Earlier years I used to work with german, swedish, british and american studios to get expericence and reliable name, very few of them were about dark design, most jobs were fashion and entertainment related. Though i don’t regret doing it because it gave me the experience i needed. Nowdays i prefer to have more freedom rather than being tied up with contracts. I manually draw lettering art like name tattoos, band or artist logos, personal emblems and monograms.

I want to make artworks more interesting, not like soulless “neutral style” corporate designs. I prefer more artistic, atmospheric designs. I like giving soul to my lettering art, making it speak, tell a story maybe.”

“Music is my passion, basically avantgarde and progressive Black Metal, Doom, Dark Ambient, Prog/Alternative Rock. The older i become the more genres i embrace, i catch myself listening to lots of Blues Rock and Darkjazz lately. My favourite bands are Anathema, Agrypnie, Paradise Lost, VAST, Nocte Obducta, Khold, Diary of Dreams, Behemoth, Nyktalgia, Satyricon, Desiderii Marginis, Hypnogaja, Black Lab, Anorexia Nervosa, Nortt, Antimatter, Godsmack, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch. Music and Art is my lifestyle, the blood in my veins, the air i breathe.”








































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/09/annihilation-of-humanity-the-superb-metal-bands-logo-design-by-irina-voland/

Modern Logos in Chromatic Style by Martin Naumann

Designer Martin Naumann imagined what the logos of world-famous brands would look like in a futuristic-neon style. Martin Naumann is a multidisciplinary artist, and graphic designer, currently based in Dessau, Germany.

“Since 2015 I am creating designs and artworks for numerous clients and brands around the globe. When I started with graphic design, I worked mainly in the music industry, doing logos and album covers for various artists and labels. Currently, I am working on a wider spectrum of services, such as branding, packaging design, or custom illustrations.

My artistic style is often described as bold, colorful, and vibrant – abstract, but with a scientific approach. I create most of my work through generative and parametric design techniques, which means that chaos and randomness play a big role in my creative process. My goal is to create visual experiences, nobody has seen before,” he wrote.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/09/modern-logos-in-chromatic-style-by-martin-naumann/

Artist Rogan Hutton Combines Famous Brand Logos for Fun

Rogan Hutton aka roboteatspopcorn is a Graphic, Web Designer, Illustrator and NBA enthusiast from Perth, Australia. In this series he combined the logos of famous companies from different businesses.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/09/artist-rogan-hutton-combines-famous-brand-logos-for-fun/

Artist Alexander Orlov Reimagined Famous Brand Logos in a New Futuristic Way

What the future brand logos could look like. Thoughts?

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/09/artist-alexander-orlov-reimagined-famous-brand-logos-in-a-new-futuristic-way/

Artist Remixed Iconic Logos With The Word “Fart” As A Father’s Day Surprise For His Dad, A Former Sign Maker

According to an artist: “Life is better with laughter! An ode to my dear dad, a sign maker who has wisely said…”You Know You Are Old, When Farts Are No Longer Funny!” As a silly surprise for him, this “Farter’s Day” aka “Father’s day – I remixed 99 iconic logos with the word Fart.

Captioned with the companies slogan or mission statement it can really change the whole company hilariously! My fun-loving dad was a sign maker for many many years before he had to retire due to MS. He worked in many shops, freelanced, and turned our dining room into a sign shop when he opened his own business.

We all had a good laugh over them and hope you do too! You can see the entire project on the Instagram link.

My dad emailed a funny response to the project that I will close with…

“These are Fartlarious!

In the one and only book I ever read on Writing for Humour by Sid Caesar, his opening preface page had this great quote from him:

“Nobody really knows how to be funny, but some people and some situations just are funny. But why is this so? For me, as a comedy writer for over forty years, it has always boiled down to this one human truth about what makes people smile: When somebody farts, somebody laughs!

If that isn’t true, then why are you smiling right now?”

Cheers to art & farts!”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/07/artist-remixed-iconic-logos-with-the-word-fart-as-a-fathers-day-surprise-for-his-dad-a-former-sign-maker/

Designer Lydia Cambron Transforms Brand Logos into Protest Messages

New York-based designer Lydia Cambron has been transforming brand logos into protest messages and sharing them on Instagram.

Of the work, she says, “I was struck by the defensive reaction to the protests against police brutality, and the conversation that followed–how much disbelief there was towards individuals calling for equality and accountability, compared to the trust given to the institutions being challenged. I suppose it reminded me of our faith in brands and corporations as being infallible and trustworthy.”

For Pride month Cambron also made a collection of logos to show love and support for the LGBTQ+ community. Have a look at a selection of re-worked logos below.

More: Lydia Cambron, Instagram h/t: booooooom

















SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/designer-lydia-cambron-transforms-brand-logos-into-protest-messages/

Lettering Artist Rafael Serra Creates Popular Logos in A Vintage Spirit

Pizza Hut, Spotify, Liddl… Inspired by advertising and marketing from the 70s, Portuguese type designer and lettering artist Rafael Serra imagined what modern brand logos would look like if they had been designed some decades ago. Playing with colors and typography, the artist offers a new version of these logos that we know very well today, and gives them a vintage and retro style.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/lettering-artist-rafael-serra-creates-popular-logos-in-a-vintage-spirit/

Global Brands Redesigned as If They Were from The USSR

In 2016, designer Mikhail Levchenko did a project called “USSR-styled Modern Brands,” in which he proposed logos for famous brands in the stylistics of the USSR.

“I have been in love with letters since high school and have been doing it professionally for the last five years. The variety of styles in calligraphy and lettering is my main source of inspiration, because the number of different variations of the same word is not limited by anything but the level of skill and imagination” – Mikhail Levchenko.

More: Mikhail Levchenko, Instagram, Behance






SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/02/global-brands-redesigned-as-if-they-were-from-the-ussr/

Canadian Artist David Huynh Used the Logos from Famous Companies to Depict His Own Perspective of Those Companies

Some might have you believe that creating a logo for a company is a fairly straightforward task, while in fact it is not.

A logo designer is not someone who merely creates a small typography icon upon request. It is a professional tasked with a responsibility to create an impactful indetifying mark, symbol, signature, or a combination of thereof that is unforgettable and easily discernable from the rest. A well done logo has to get the customer’s attention by showing the company philosophy.

More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda

David Huynh from Canada decided to use logos from famous companies such as Nike, Adidas and Amazon to showcase his own interpretations in creative and lively illustrations.

“I started out in logo design and have always enjoyed the simplicity of logos. I decided one day to include a theme within a logo that represents the brand. The first one I did was Nike and Adidas, from there I kept going and people really liked them” – the artist told Bored Panda.


















SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/02/canadian-artist-david-huynh-used-the-logos-from-famous-companies-to-depict-his-own-perspective-of-those-companies/