Designers Were Challenged To Rename Popular Brand Designs To Reflect What They Are Really Like, Here Are 40 Of The Best

Slogans and logos are a tool to make the brand more memorable. But sometimes (or very often, as some think) they don’t actually represent the real image of the brand; consumers often see the side that the brand wants them to see.

So the users of Design Crowd, a platform for photo editors, took the challenge of remaking the logos and slogans so that they would be a little closer to reality. And hence they remade the names, slogans and logos in a satirical manner. While some of them are dead on, and some a little bit off the mark, they show an alternative, more honest side of marketing which we wouldn’t normally see.

More info: designcrowd.com#1 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

StMark Report197pointsPOST

Bacon beary3 days ago

Also Longest game in history62ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

If you don’t know what Design Crowd is, here’s what they had to say about themselves online: “Our mission is to help businesses find the best design in the world, faster, and at a price that fits their budget. We also want to give designers the chance to earn money for their creative skills.”

“Perfect for custom graphic, logo, web and print design. DesignCrowd is an online creative marketplace that helps start-ups, businesses and entrepreneurs connect with a global network of designers. DesignCrowd also owns and manages BrandCrowd, an online logo maker.” So if you’re ever searching for a designer to make you a logo, website, or anything similar, go to DesignCrowd’s website and see what they have to offer. And If you’re a designer yourself, maybe you’ll find some new career opportunities.”#2 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

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Rens3 days ago

The staff at Starbucks in Victoria bus station in London were very kind to me when I had to spend a night, homeless, at the bus station.63ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

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Gossameringue3 days ago

Leg-ouch!36ReplyView more comments

They’ve also told how long they’ve been doing these kinds of challenges: “DesignCrowd acquired a website Worth1000.com back in 2014. Contests like these have been running on Worth1000 for many years. They’ve now been ported to DesignCrowd. So, since at least 2014 on our platform and longer on Worth1000.” They shared that they have many contests on their website and their community is quite big, getting from 20 to 60 entries per contest.#4 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

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Vicky Z3 days ago

I found my spirit courier18ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

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Vicky Z3 days ago

Also broke cuisine….for when you are really broke it’s life saving43ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Design Crowd does these contests all just for their community: “We call these contests ‘community contests.’ These are inspired, run, and entered purely by our community of designers.”#6 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Spiralized Report136pointsPOST

Charlotte A.3 days ago

*Giggles at IOA LOTT*42ReplyView more comments#7 

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beanfarmer Report136pointsPOST

D K2 days ago

To my surprise I did see they had one full hour of music videos on this morning.15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

“DesignCrowd is a graphic design marketplace where people looking for custom design (logos, business cards, print design, etc.) can get access to our global community of designers.”

Their mission “is to help businesses find the best design in the world, faster, and at a price that fits their budget. We also want to give designers the chance to earn money for their creative skills.”#8 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

GeshaR Report134pointsPOST

James0163 days ago

1) we are awaiting your package. 2) your package fell into the void. 3) we delivered your package but won’t say where.67ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#9 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

electvs Report133pointsPOST

Thorfin Wolfsbane3 days ago

i like this one better than “Alotofbucks”36ReplyView more comments

However, the contest winners don’t get paid, and the main reason for doing them is just for fun. “These contests are not usually paid in any way (though we do periodically run paid community contests such as this one). These contests are simply to show off your creativity. There is a small degree of gamification whereby designers can win points.”

“Hope you enjoy the creativity from our designers. If you want to see more, head over to the community pages on DesignCrowd.”#10 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Wolfert Report123pointsPOST

Thorfin Wolfsbane3 days ago

i like the crown flipping you off51ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#11 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

MsgtBob Report119pointsPOST

Something3 days ago

HP is a far worse offender.30ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

If you’ve never seen our posts of Design Crowd contests, you can check them out here herehereherehere, and here.#12 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

surlistyc Report116pointsPOST

Earl Grey3 days ago(edited)

For when you want to ride off into the sunset…14ReplyView more comments#13 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

davidberettaowens Report114pointsPOST

Bender Bending Rodríguez3 days ago

Jokes on you. I don’t have friends on FB either.49ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#14 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

pedroe562 Report104pointsPOST

BetweenTheCracks3 days ago

Well, okay… but there are multiple names for boobies. Bet you can’t think of at least one other one while looking at this logo9ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

huatch Report95pointsPOST

TheReader192 days ago

Free diabetes in every glass17ReplyView more comments#16 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Paulie Cashews Report93pointsPOST

Bacon beary4 days ago

lol Product may also contain ears udders and tail31ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#17 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Casser Report93pointsPOST

Mazer2 days ago

When you have to stay up and function. Commercial fishermen in Alaska go through tons of the stuff each run8ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#18 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

asales Report91pointsPOST

Thorfin Wolfsbane3 days ago

But it’s got what plants crave!44ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Scaramanga75 Report89pointsPOST

Vicky Z3 days ago

Well, the bar was not so high to begin with….30ReplyView more comments#20 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

TaZ7305 Report82pointsPOST

Erin E2 days ago

It doesn’t make my nose run 7ReplyView more comments#21 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

huatch Report81pointsPOST

Bacon beary4 days ago

Please tell me I wasn’t the only one who thought the coffee was a bug when I was younger22ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#22 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

hagga27 Report77pointsPOST

James0163 days ago

Bottled piss.24ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#23 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

rhyscooper82 Report77pointsPOST

Mazer2 days ago

Spot on.13ReplyView more comments#24 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

huatch Report75pointsPOST

Robert T3 days ago(edited)

Already known as Micro$oft, Microsod, Windoze, Windosn’t etc. etc.10ReplyView more comments#25 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Paulie Cashews Report72pointsPOST

Gossameringue3 days ago

more like, “Runs for life”10ReplyView more comments#26 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

leskfish Report69pointsPOST

BetweenTheCracks3 days ago

Luci-sez-D…935da1.jpg9ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#27 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

joffieb Report68pointsPOST

Kimberly W.3 days ago

HAHA this made me laugh13ReplyView more comments#28 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

the8ofus Report65pointsPOST

Random Person3 days ago

de muerte is “of death” in case that wasn’t clear4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#29 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

hetster Report64pointsPOST

Bacon beary4 days ago

Heart Stopper Whopper 26ReplyView more comments#30 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

akentuckian Report62pointsPOST

Hime1 day ago

I’ve heard economy guys refer to Walmart as “the welfare kings” of America because so many of Walmart employees are on state welfare/WIC. And yeah, sometimes they do pay above minimum wage but only like.50 or .25 cents more but they keep your hours below 40 so you don’t qualify for benefits because you are not “a full-time employee”. So they suck no matter what.3ReplyView more comments#31 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

dahliavalencay Report62pointsPOST

James0163 days ago

Brrraaaiinnnnss flavoured9ReplyView more comments#32 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Smyttkp Report60pointsPOST

Thorfin Wolfsbane3 days ago

A Time Waster company15ReplyView more comments#33 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

1GR3 Report59pointsPOST

Mazer2 days ago

Home of the first real fake burger8ReplyView more comments#34 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

Paulie Cashews Report58pointsPOST

Carmen Sandiego3 days ago

The mascot creeps me out for some reason.6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#35 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

sympaqc Report55pointsPOST

Lisa Callahan3 days ago

Was this, maybe, supposed to have been REVIR? (RIVER, BACKWARDS)6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#36 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

kaiser77 Report53pointsPOST

Ray Martin2 days ago

Murder King? Am I being dense in not understanding this, or is it just some PETA/vegan bullshit?10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#37 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

nHavran Report53pointsPOST

R Carson2 days ago

One of the many “as seen on tv” jokes.7ReplyView more comments#38 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

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earringnut3 days ago

But at least they pay their workers fairly.40ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#39 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

uzumakisadako Report49pointsPOST

Will Gokey3 days ago

my favorite breakfast21ReplyView more comments#40 

Digital Artists Challenged Themselves To Change Product Logos By Making Them Honest

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Vicky Z3 days ago

IT’S NOT COFFEE4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

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