What if the whole world went web 2.0? We’re talking about products such as Pepsi, Nike, McDonalds, going web 2.0. What would their associated logos look like? Enthree has published a page that highlights all of the Web 2.0 logos that were created for major companies as spoofs. This trend originally started on the Yayhooray Forums and then continued on from there. I have to admit, some of these logos are outrageously stylish and in my opinion, look better than the original logo.
My personal favorite out of this bunch is the Nike logo. Whoever created this one definitely has a taste for style and creativity.
Are you in the need of a professional looking logo but lack the artistic skills needed to create your own? After registering an account on AllFreeLogo you’ll have access to over 600 vector logos. The logos can be browsed by each letter in the alphabet or by popularity.
Before you get excited about using these logos on your own site, you should know that all of these logos are professional logos that are already in use by major corporations or businesses. These vector logos are available for download for those who are in the printing business who need a high quality logo to screen onto T-Shirts or other merchandise. Here are a few logo samples:
The logos vary in file formats. Each logo is either a .EPS file or .AI file, both of which can be edited in Adobe Illustrator. Although you can’t explicitly lay claim to these logos, they do make for an excellent source of inspiration.