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1967–1980 1980–1986 1986–1996 1996–2002
1967–1980 1980–1986 1986–1996 1996–2002
2002–2009 2009–present, 2009–2020 (USA, Oceania & parts of Asia) 2020–present (United States) 2020–present (Oceania & parts of Asia)
2002–2009 2009–present, 2009–2020 (USA, Oceania & parts of Asia) 2020–present (United States) 2020–present (Oceania & parts of Asia)

Pringle's

1967–1980

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Until 1986, Pringles was spelt with an apostrophe before the "s". The mascot Mr. Pringle was designed in 1967, with this logo design.

1980–1986

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Pringles

1986–1996

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In 1986, Mr. Pringle's face became rounder, his eyes were more apparent and his moustache was slightly changed. The apostrophe in "PRINGLE'S" was also dropped. This logo was brought back in 2011 for a series of "Rewind Edition" Pringles cans.

1996–2002

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Mr. Pringles' rosy cheeks and visible mouth disappeared in late-1996.

2002–2009

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Between January and September 2002, the eyebrows were dropped and a red bow tie was added, plus a new lowercase wordmark was introduced. Mr. Pringles' hairstyle was also changed.

2009–present, 2009–2020 (USA, Oceania & parts of Asia)

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In 2009, a more jazzed up version of Mr. Pringles was launched with an updated wordmark and the "i" now dotted with a chip/crisp.

2020–present (United States)

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In December 2020, Pringles unveiled a simplified logo in the United States. Mr. Pringles' design was simplified with his hair removed, his eyebrows were brought back, and the bowtie was minimalized and made sharper. The 2009 wordmark remains, but the proportion has been slightly tweaked. The logo is often seen on a non-white background. This logo has gotten generally negative feedback from critics and fans.

2020–present (Oceania & parts of Asia)

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An alternate variant of the US 2020 logo with a wordmark instead based on the first three Pringles logos from 1967, 1986 and 1996 was revealed on December 31 via social media by Pringles Taiwan. It began rolling out in more countries in early 2021.

This logo is currently used in Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China and South Korea. It is often seen on a red background.

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