What if brands were forced to create company logos that represented what their image and behaviour represented. For example the FIFA logo has been re-designed to reflect the latest corruption scandal, while the Sony Pictures Entertainment Hack has been implemented into multiple logo redesigns. Well, Jo Sabin, head of community at graphic design marketplace DesignCrowd, recently published a collection of honest, modified logos, re-imagined to reflect the reputation of the companies they symbolized.
Some of the parody logos include names such as Apple, IKEA, FIFA and Coca-Cola. View the tweaked designs below.
Daniel is an Art Director and Graphic Designer with over a decade of experience in advertising and marketing in the Greater Toronto Area.