I suppose that it doesn’t matter now that Pepsi Cola have changed their logo, but still, I am just amazed.
The above pictures show the famous Pepsi Logo with the word “Pepsi” at the top. The background seems not to be important; the logo is still th elogo whether the background is blue or white. In fact, if you look closer, it is clear that there is condensation and more photoreality in one over the other.
The positioning of the word “Pepsi” equally seems unimportant — here it is at the bottom for a change…
There are plenty of examples of the Pepsi logo without the word being used at all!
What I am trying to show here is that the logo is the s-shape in a circle.
The Skypark logo is the same s-shape within a circle — and they have it everywhere in all colours and shades. Can it really be down to the absence of red or the slight tilt? Things are getting worse if it is!
I don’t think so — and the representation of the logo in wrought iron and etched glass renders this logo identical to that of the fizzy pop maker. Fancy that!