Logo Design: Where Are They Now?
Riley Cullen – Creative
It happens to us all. We have to leave the party days behind, settle down, and become adults. Apparently, this is not a phenomenon exclusive to the human experience. Logos, throughout their evolution, have been simplifying over the years. The following is a list of some of the most iconic logos and what they have been up to now that they have reached their full adult potential*.
Pepsi left his party life behind to work in accounting. He is still a bachelor, goes home to his beloved Labrador Jenkins at night, and occasionally makes an appearance at the local sports bar with his friends.
*All accounts of the lives of these logos are fictional. They’re logos, it’s a joke. All images courtesy of Google.
McDonalds found love and still lives in the city. No kids yet, but he and his wife enjoy spending time outside and visit their parents on alternating holidays.
Starbucks lives a quiet life in the Pacific northwest. She has been steadily dating the same person for the last few years and enjoys hiking with her new puppy, Bean, on the weekends.
Apple, once known for being the life of the party at any rave, has suffered some health complications in the recent past and has taken a healthy turn in her life. There’s much more edamame than EDM in her life anymore.
Microsoft finally discovered, after years of her mother nagging her, the usefulness of an iron. Now she wears clean, pressed shirts to her advertising job and does meal prep every Saturday.
Instagram enjoys political podcasts on the commute to work from his house in the suburbs. His two kids, Ashley and Katie, attend a private school and his wife Jenna is a stay-at-home mother and is active in community affairs.
Canon takes time out of her day to make sure she reads, goes to the gym four days per week, and is an advocates the importance of drinking enough water on her Facebook page more frequently than is probably necessary.
Nickelodeon left the crazy college life and wild ideas behind him and moved on to a more sedentary life. He’s put on a few pounds since college, but enjoys reliving the good ol’ days with his buddies over a barbecue.
Reebok married early in life and spent her time building a career with her partner so they could one day have a family. Now, both in their early 30s, their first son Everett is their pride and joy. He recently celebrated his first birthday.