Blurry Brands No. 4, 5 & 6

A continuation from my original post, blurry brands aims to explore how the shape of a logo design aids brand recognition. Blurry Brands strips well-known logos of their colour and even blurs their shape to see if they’re still recognisable.

Last time was fairly easy.

This time is just a little bit trickier.

Three More Blurry Brands

Can You Guess What It Is Yet?

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What Do I Win?

That tight little shiver you get when you’re right.

Ian Cylkowski aka Izo

Logo & Identity Design

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4 Comments so far. Comments are closed.
  1. Joost,

    It seems these are blurred out a bit more than the previous ones. Especially the last one took me a bit longer, seeing I don’t live in a place where FedEx operates.

    1. Apple.
    2. Nike.
    3. FedEx.

    Hooray for me.

    • Izo,

      I assure that exactly the same amount of Gaussian blur was used. =] Also, congratulations! You win a good feeling.

  2. I could recognize only Apple :(