Mercedes Benz

6 Responses

  1. Thomas Norsted Thomas Norsted

    The Mercedes star is probably one of the "untouchables" but combined with a more modern font i couldn't resist doing the Mercedes logo since i feel the company really needs to "up" their branding game to attract a younger audience.

    over 1 year ago

  2. Erik Binggeser Erik Binggeser

    A younger audience who can afford their cars?

    over 1 year ago

  3. Thomas Norsted Thomas Norsted

    haha yeah.. but compared to Audi, BMW they are a bit dusty - atleast in Europe

    over 1 year ago

  4. Konrad Szuster Konrad Szuster

    The original Mercedes font is one of the most recognizable ones in the whole world, I think that`s why they kept, and will keep it for a very long time. Many people I know recognized what the company behind the font is, even if there was something random written as text. :)

    over 1 year ago

  5. Thomas Norsted Thomas Norsted

    @Konrad Szuster i'm not sure i agree with you on that one - i think it's a question of how much you have been "exposed" to that font-type and i assume that you coming from Germany would have seen the Mercedes branding a lot.

    If i saw something like this:

    i'm pretty sure my first thought wouldn't be - hey that's the mercedes font.

    But thanks for your comment :)

    over 1 year ago

  6. Paul Steinhilber Paul Steinhilber

    The font is terrible, they have also a sans-serif version of their font. That would maybe be a way ...
    And your star has, in my opinion, some strange proportions.

    Also they tried to modernize their star by removing the 3D effect some years ago ( But as far as I know, they already dropped it again.
    They also on a way making their cars more sportier to attract younger audiences. Much better way to change such a well known branding, in my opinion.


    over 1 year ago

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