14 OF THE MOST RECOGNIZABLE LOGOS FROM THE 20TH CENTURY – ANIMATED!

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Animated horse, made by rotoscoping 19th centu...

Animated horse, made by rotoscoping 19th century photos by Eadweard Muybridge. Artistic license has been used to achieve the cartoony look. Animated by J-E Nyström, User:Janke, released under CC-BY-SA-2.5 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A simple stop motion animation using 21 photos...

A simple stop motion animation using 21 photos. (The low image quality is due to GIF conversion.) Please note: The file size is 1.26MB, and so will take time to download on a 56k Modem. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

макет вращающейся планеты Земля, формат - &quo...

макет вращающейся планеты Земля, формат – “gif” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Animation (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Film poster for Say Anything... (film) - Copyr...

Film poster for Say Anything… (film) – Copyright 1989, 20th Century Fox (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

20th Century Fox CGI logo used from 1994 to 20...

20th Century Fox CGI logo used from 1994 to 2010; still used on 20th Century Fox websites. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Coca-Cola logo is an example of a widely-r...

The Coca-Cola logo is an example of a widely-recognized trademark representing a global brand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Motion Graphics Wordle

Motion Graphics Wordle (Photo credit: fin5bjh)

14 OF THE MOST RECOGNIZABLE LOGOS FROM THE 20TH CENTURY – ANIMATED!

The logos are Coca Cola, Shall, Everite, 3M, Mercedes Benz,

Image representing IBM as depicted in CrunchBase

Image via CrunchBase

Olympic Games, BMW, Underground, London Underground, World Life Fund,, IBM,  20th Century Fox, Playboy, The Simpsons, Marboro

 
 
 
 

Korean designer Yun-Sik Hong has made a really neat animation consisting of 14 famous logos dating from the 20th century.

The animation features the logos, their creators and the years they were made in, reminding us that good design is often timeless.

0 CENTURY LOGOS 14

    • G7411
    • F298
  • D36

and see what else is new with famous logos, here.

 
 
 
 
 
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