Someone Optimized Famous Logos To Use Less Ink & Be More Eco-friendly, Results Are Amazing

  • By Asad Tipu
  • September 25, 2017
  • 3 minutes read

We are slowly but surely killing our environment.

From things like global warming, CO emissions, deforestation, inappropriate waste disposal, we’re killing it. And no one but us can do something about it. Being the only creatures on Earth that are sentient and capable of active and conscious thought, it falls to us to do something about it.

Even if it’s something as minimal or simple as not using as much ink, it can do wonders in the long term.

Someone, for example, recreated logos of famous brands in such a way that they use less ink. There’s less waste that way, and less damage to the surrounding environment.

Source: Ecobranding (h/t: designtaxi)

#1 McDonald’s would save millions.

#2 As would Nike.

#3 The designs are simplistic as well as attractive.

#4 Cost effective, and eco-friendly.

#5 Hennes & Mauritz would too.

#6 I think I actually prefer the ecobranding.

#7 Stylised and eye catching.

#8 FedEx would be softer as well.

#9 All in all, this is a great move with hard to find downsides, if any.

#10 Even Louis Vuitton is in on it.

#11 They might not ever say my name right, but this would suit them better.

#12 UPS got a shiner and they look cooler.

What do you think? Is it pointless, artistic, cost-effective?

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