What if Brand Logos Were Extremely Literal?
We all recognize the biggest brands’ logos out there. But what if those logos’ text said exactly what the logos look like? College Humor took 15 brand logos and changed the text into a literal interpretation of what you actually see when you look at the logo design.
Disney, for example, would turn into “What is that letter?” because the “D” in Disney’s logo has always been somewhat confusing. Coca-Cola becomes “Swoopity Swoop” because of the logo’s cursive. And then there’s the darkest of the literal logos, Sherwin-Williams paint, which becomes “worldwide bloodshed” because of its image of the world being covered in red paint.