This Artist Recreates Modern Logos With A Medieval Style And It’s Awesome
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(Pocket-lint) – Ilya Denisov, aka Ilya Stallone, is a graphic designer with a passion for logos and branding. They have created marvelous works by reinventing modern logos with a medieval flair.
Many of your favorite brands have been reimagined with middle-aged vibes and wonderful art style like you haven’t seen in the modern age.
We’ve selected a selection of our favorites, but we also recommend checking out their Instagram accounts and Twitter to know more.
Ilya Stallone spent time imagining what the logos of world famous brands might look like if they were created in the Middle Ages.
In this one, we see the Windows logo recreated with an old vibe. Windows (and its logo) have changed a lot since it was first released to the public in 1985. Imagine what might have happened if it had existed centuries ago.
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Audi started life in 1899, so it certainly has a long history of manufacturing motor vehicles.
What if the company was much older? Perhaps with his logo engraved on the horse and the cart. Maybe that’s what it could have looked like?
A meal fit for a king
Burger King is actually relatively young in the grand scheme of things.
But if he had existed in ancient times, perhaps with a name like that, he might have had the royal seal or at least much more emphasis on royal branding.
An alarmed Puma
Everyone can appreciate comfortable shoes and we are sure people in the Middle Ages had a hard time when looking for shoes.
Here the reimagined Puma logo looks a bit shocked and malnourished and we love it. It looks like Puma did it too, because the company posted its own funny response to this logo.
In this reimagined logo, it looks like YouTube started life as a theater company or puppet show.
You might be cynical and suggest that the viewer is the puppet even today, but that’s still a big part of art.
Artists have been painting self-portraits for a long, long time, so it’s not hard to imagine that Instagram existed before modern technology. But the images would have been on canvas rather than on a phone screen.
Where do we go for your coffee? The Starbucks logo is now seen in all its grotesque glory thanks to this medieval reimagining. The mermaid doesn’t look too happy to be part of the company’s branding.
Firefox is on fire
The medieval edition of the Firefox logo takes things literally, with a fox on fire. This fox naturally doesn’t look happy either.
Written by Adrian Willings.