How much the most famous brands spent to create their logos

The website specializing in logo design Stock Logos found out how much the main companies and events in the world have spent with the design of their famous logos and raised some very curious facts.

While brands like BP pay real fortunes to formulate their brand, famous images like Coca-Cola or Google cost nothing. See the highlights and access the original post if you want to read all the comparisons:

Google

Logo price: US $ 0. Designed in 1998 by Sergey Brin himself.

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Coke

Logo price: US $ 0, designed by office of the company’s founder, John Pemberton

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Pepsi

Logo price: $ 1 million in its last makeover

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Logo price: $ 100,000, designed by famous designer Paul Rand at the request of Steve Jobs

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Enron

Price of the logo: $ 33,000, made by the same Paul Rand in the 90s

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BP

Logo price: US $ 211 million in the 2008 redesign

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Twitter

Logo price: US $ 15, in its original version

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Nike

Logo price: US $ 35, created in 1975 and reformulated several times

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London Olympics

Logo price: US $ 625 thousand, created in 2007 by designer Wolff Ollins

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