Here are famous Logos in their Truest Sense- A gallery of truthful logo design of famous brands by Marco Schembri, an Italian industrial designer. Schembri’s brutally honest illustrations have garnered enough attention of the marketers and designers.
He recreates the logo design for the honest illustration of the product/service and in doing so, subtly reveals the marketing scams surrounding us. But many people have had a hard time understanding these depictions, this is why, we decided to elaborate what the artist meant.
It depicts how the company logo design would look like if they were really honest in reflecting the nature of the product. We are completely in love with these. Check out for yourself.
When the food gets you fat and fluffy. The logo design on the left truly depicts the fattening nature of food that McDonalds offers.
Sharp and Edgy, this would have been much better. Can it cut through thick brand egos too? Gillette, please take a note.
When the caffeine gets you going. This should have been the original logo depicting “Starbucks helps you wake”. But those eyes can scare the hell out of a sane person.
Is that mermaid grumpy? I thought caffeine was meant to kick the grumpiness away and keep you going. But anyway, we love this recreation.
It’s hard to figure out what’s common between nutella and the man sitting on toilet in the second logo. But the logo design twist is something we all can appreciate. Good work there.
The A’s top got shaved into an H. Very clever logo design transformation that had people on the verge of guessing games.
When everything gets hazy. Can’t help but applaud the absolute sarcasm there.
This acne-oriented Nestle logo is too much for all chocolate lovers. Too much for denial maybe? While science has proven the mechanism wrong, chocolates and acne have had a true relationship that is hard to ignore.
When everything is bigger and clearer with one doze. Redbull gives you wings.