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|Tacobell60s.jpg|1962–1972
 
|Tacobell60s.jpg|1962–1972
|Tacobelllogo1972.svg|1972–1984
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|Tacobelllogo1972.svg|1972–1985
|Tacobelllogo1985.svg|1984–1992
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|Tacobelllogo1985.svg|1985–1992
 
|Taco Bell - 1992.svg|1992–1994
 
|Taco Bell - 1992.svg|1992–1994
 
|Taco Bell.svg|1994–2016
 
|Taco Bell.svg|1994–2016
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==1962–1972==
 
==1962–1972==
 
[[File:Tacobell60s.jpg|center|300px]]
 
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A number of locations continued to use this logo in their signage until the mid-80's.
   
 
==1972–1985==
 
==1972–1985==
 
[[File:Tacobelllogo1972.svg|center|300px]]
 
[[File:Tacobelllogo1972.svg|center|300px]]
   
==1985–1992==
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==1985–1994==
 
[[File:Tacobelllogo1985.svg|center|300px]]
 
[[File:Tacobelllogo1985.svg|center|300px]]
   
==1992–1994==
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==1992–1994 (secondary logo)==
[[File:Taco Bell - 1992.svg|center|200px]]
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[[File:Taco Bell - 1992.svg|center|150px]]
   
 
==1994–2016==
 
==1994–2016==
[[File:Taco Bell.svg|center|200px]]
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[[File:Taco Bell.svg|center|150px]]
 
A cleaner version of the 1985 and 1992 logos was introduced in April 1994, and was the restaurant chain's main logo for 22 years. It was designed by [[Lippincott]].
 
A cleaner version of the 1985 and 1992 logos was introduced in April 1994, and was the restaurant chain's main logo for 22 years. It was designed by [[Lippincott]].
   
 
==2016–present==
 
==2016–present==
[[File:Taco Bell 2016.svg|center|200px]]
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[[File:Taco Bell 2016.svg|center|150px]]
 
To coincide with the launch of its flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, Taco Bell introduced a newly revamped version of its logo on November 14, 2016. The typeface on the text was changed to a sans-serif typeface and made black, and the bell icon was modified by removing the pink and yellow colors to become all purple, among other changes. The new logo was created in collaboration with Lippincott and Taco Bell’s internal design group.
 
To coincide with the launch of its flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, Taco Bell introduced a newly revamped version of its logo on November 14, 2016. The typeface on the text was changed to a sans-serif typeface and made black, and the bell icon was modified by removing the pink and yellow colors to become all purple, among other changes. The new logo was created in collaboration with Lippincott and Taco Bell’s internal design group.
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{{The Kraft Heinz Company}}[[Category:Taco Bell]]
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[[Category:Restaurants]]
 
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[[Category:International]]
 
[[Category:Food and drink]]
 
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[[Category:Former PepsiCo brands]]

Revision as of 03:21, October 28, 2019

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Contents

Tacobell60s Tacobelllogo1972 Tacobelllogo1985 Taco Bell - 1992 Taco Bell Taco Bell 2016
1962–1972 1972–1985 1985–1992 1992–1994 1994–2016 2016–present

1962–1972

Tacobell60s


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A number of locations continued to use this logo in their signage until the mid-80's.

1972–1985

Tacobelllogo1972

1985–1994

Tacobelllogo1985

1992–1994 (secondary logo)

Taco Bell - 1992

1994–2016

Taco Bell

A cleaner version of the 1985 and 1992 logos was introduced in April 1994, and was the restaurant chain's main logo for 22 years. It was designed by Lippincott.

2016–present

Taco Bell 2016

To coincide with the launch of its flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, Taco Bell introduced a newly revamped version of its logo on November 14, 2016. The typeface on the text was changed to a sans-serif typeface and made black, and the bell icon was modified by removing the pink and yellow colors to become all purple, among other changes. The new logo was created in collaboration with Lippincott and Taco Bell’s internal design group.


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