so um i found out on twitter that AT&T and warnermedia are actually merging
tbh that's pretty poggers
if you want to know, here.
What's on your mind?
Discord confirmed the logo change some time ago. What do you think about it? Is it better or worse?
Personally I don't like this logo.
I just joined Logopedia yet the discord server is having some tad problems for me.
I don't know if I'm doing what the verification for me yet I could use someone's help on it.
Just wondering, are we allowed to include descriptions of the title sequences in tv shows like top gear and the simpsons?
Hey, I'm trying to find out what this logo is. I've seen it at the end of commercials a long time ago. It was some kind of women's fashion or clothing chain, but it had to do something with a women's brand. They had text on the bottom that was presumably the name of this company, but I couldn't read back then, so I didn't know what it was called. I do definitely remember seeing this logo. This is my recreation on how it looked like. Did anyone else remember seeing this?
I was trying to create a new page, until I got this error message. Do you know how to solve it?
I was looking at the wayback machine at regal's website
Then i noticed something weird.
June 25 2009 was the last date with the original 2002 logo
Then July 7 2009 was the first date with the 2010 logo.
This concludes that in 2009 was the year when regal's logo changed (not screen used one)
Recently I was browsing through the home page of Microsoft Edge when I found this different icon of the calendar program.
My question is:
Is this an alternate icon?
Yesterday, while was searching for Pepsi's logos on Google Images, I came across with this picture of a cap, which was sold in Amazon, that shows a strange looking Pepsi logo from 1991. What it makes this design so particular is that the red parallelogram has like a tail formed by stripes, resembling the first logo of Crystal Pepsi. The wordmark looks a bit diferent too.
I tried finding more information about this logo online but I couldn't get anything yet, therefor I'm still unsure if this logo is official or not.
When will I have the permission to edit content? An admin told me to wait 4 days but I still don't know what to do.
Last year I started testing some defaults images that would be used for the "Missing (former/current/upcoming) Logo" templates because I thought they looked empty without an image above them. Some of the early prototypes that i have work into dates from April-August 2020, however I revised them recently in March 2021 so their design could fit better with Logopedia's current style. The first image from the left would be placed above the text that the template include (like how it is shown in the example from the second image below) while the gray one from the right would be the main feature of a new template that I planning to create (or ask to any of the admins to make it) called "No Logo Used" which its main function is to be added into articles that refers a period time in which the mentioned brand hadn't used an official logo yet (this way an ugly blank space won't be left)
So what are your thoughts on this? Do you think is nice idea or something unnecessary? Let me know in the replies of this post.
Recently, a YouTuber (you might know about) by the name Alan Grant has found an variant of the original Regal Entertainment Group Roller Coaster from 1993!
I was expecting FT Depot to upload it since they are the new Jonathan Froes.
A small YouTuber named Alden Moeller Inc. come across another rare WTTW Chicago this time from 1962. It is available to see on his Third YouTube Channel
Hello? Where I can request to have a logo converted into SVG? I only know the Requests for Conversion page, but are there any users who do SVG requests?
Hello, since I am on an Android device, is there an app where I can convert logos to .svg? I don't have a computer, but I have an Android device. I want to try to convert some logos to .svg format, but I can't.
Today, we decided to change the topic of Logopedia to logs for 1 day. Because of this, we changed our name to "Logpedia"! Happy April Fools' day, everyone!
So, again, I was scrolling through YouTube, minding my own business, and found ANOTHER RARE FIND on my RECOMMENDED PAGE. It was titled “Funimation logo 1995 RARE” by a small YouTuber named The Master of Galvin. It is a very rare variant of the Funimation logo from 1994 (or 1995) to 1996, with the logo being stacked instead of horizontal. This logo is basically the Funimation logo I mentioned, but with the icon shapes zooming into the screen, stopping halfway through, and particles of the “FUNimations Productions Inc.” text slowly becoming the text that is seen in the picture right now. Again, just wanna let you know I found this logo while scrolling through YouTube.
This merger hasn't been approved yet, but I think it does spell some changes for the Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern articles on the website. https://www.ttnews.com/articles/canadian-pacific-kansas-city-southern-merger-will-create-transformative-network
I couldn’t find it anywhere on YouTube, I couldn’t find it on Google, and I think the upload of it was either privated or taken down, or just flat out deleted. So, can anybody tell me where Logopedia had found this CBS logo variant from 1951?
There's a KFC SoCal page on Logopedia, but when I went to look it up on Google, I hardly found anything about it. Are there any evidence of this division? Or has it been defunct? Because the "socal" uses the same font as the former "sogood" slogan (since has been changed). Please find evidence!