These Redesigned Eco-Friendly Logos Use Less Ink

These Redesigned Eco-Friendly Logos Use Less Ink

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These Redesigned Eco-Friendly Logos Use Less Ink

These days, nearly everything you buy is branded with a corporate logo. Just take a walk down any street and you’ll see famous logos plastered everywhere you look.

French designer Sylvain Boyer recently unveiled a series of logos that he redesigned to be more eco-friendly. He accomplished this by reducing the amount of ink used in the logos. These simplified logos can use up to 40% less ink in some cases. Although this requires the logos to be modified, they are still recognizable and actually look pretty good.

Check out the break down below to see how Boyer was able to make the famous logos more eco-friendly.

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