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Popular Logos Rebranded By Hipsters

Popular Logos Rebranded By Hipsters
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We don't know whether to laugh or shake our head at the cool kid take on these iconic brand logos.

Kyana Gordon
  • 14 march 2012

We’ve covered several projects in the past that have seen popular brand logos transformed into graphic art, honest criticism, and even a rival brand’s logo. Adding to this series is Hipster Branding, which quite frankly speaks for itself. Take a scroll through this Tumblr and view how the iconic Colonel Sanders is replaced by Buddy Holly glasses and a moustache, McDonald’s signature logo becomes a bold black pair of cutlery, and the Heinz Ketchup label looks like an artisanal brand sold at the Brooklyn Flea. With the continual, never-ending hipster memes, it was only a matter of time until famous logos were funneled through the hipster filter.

 

Click the thumbnails below to see how each brand identity is re-imagined:

 

Hipster Branding

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