Talk about the duality of man.
Companies spend millions to earn a tiny space in our heads that would help instantly recognize their brand.
Do you find it fun to draw logos from memory? The first submission came from our Chief Creative Officer, Tom.
The results are waiting for you below, and be ready to be at least a little bit surprised at how the image of these famous brand logos vary from person to person.
Also, Ikea is flawless — which led us to believe that perhaps text logos stick best in the memory…until we saw his Walmart drawing.
We then asked 100 members of the public to draw each logo of the above brands.
The game provides you with the brand colours, which is really helpful.
|Last but not least we have Gary, who is our Director of Web Development||Nice|
|To find out a custom signage firm has conducted a fascinating memory test, asking 156 Americans between the ages of 20 and 70, to draw 10 famous logos as accurately as possible||This one in particular proves to designers that making a memorable logo often means making a simple logo|
|Draw Logos From Memory — In Summary Overall, the logos I was able to draw the best were the most simple||Famous Brand Logos Drawn From Memory Famous brand logos would be quite easy to draw, well one would think|
|Does that make them more or less successful than other logos? But art class was never his thing||For the most part, I was able to draw a very rough interpretation of each|
|Teddy also had a knack for color-memory more than anything else||An Exercise For Creatives These kind of activities are great for creatives because they stir those problem solving juices in a really fun way|
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