We've previously featured the work from Serafim Mendes with Invisible Cities on Abduzeedo and now he's back with a collaboration with Danny Ivan on their submission for
We simply love when designers start rebranding big companies and names just for fun. We've seen some super nice examples in the past, and today is no different. Dana Kim, a designer from Los Angeles has imagined a new image for Google. It's super fresh and clever, and Dana managed to capture the essence of Google and made it the core of this rebranding project.
Of course, these are only some images from her project. For the whole thing, with advertising posters and video, check out her portfolio at Behance! I hope you enjoy these as much as we did! Cheers! ;)
"The new Google gets more friendly and responsive with the search bar logo. The two O's are combined and extended to make the search bar. The combining of O's also symbolizes connecting the user and Google together and signifies the company's effort to engage with its users closely. I aimed to narrow its focus on the convenience of users to deliver speedy and optimal results while providing its unique visual presence. The search bar is expandable with the amount of characters you enter in the search bar."