10 thoughts on “Minimaliser le design de grandes marques

    1. french suck… סּᴥסּ I don’t…

      I agree with you, the Tofiffe, Corn Flakes and Nesquik, Pringles also, look dull and cheap…
      But for Nutella, Red bull, Lindt and Durex it is quite better with the minimalist design.
      For schweppes it is almost the same design as some Coca Cola bottles (special editions I guess)…

      In an artistic point of view I would like to see more minimalist design in the market, BUT as a consumer, if I don’t know the product I would like to know what it looks like before buying it. Like the Tofiffee, I don’t know this toffee and I would not buy it if I don’t have a picture of it…
      For famous product ok, (I guess tofiffee is famous in america or England. Am I the only french not knowing Tofiffe?)

      Are Mr Muscle and Monsieur Propre related? If they are I am afraid that Mr Muscle could be bald in a next future…

    1. Except he’s right. Why do you think companies don’t have minimalist designs like this? It’s because they want their product TO STAND OUT!

  1. Actually no he’s right, People keep going for minimalist styles which while it CAN work sometimes its REALLY difficult to do without screwing up. The only one here that looks ok is Nutella and Schweps, and Schweps is mainly because the original logo is TERRIBLE imo. I’d say the worse here is Red Bull whose brand logo I myself accosiate with the blue and silver flags as WELL as the bull. Frankly as an art style its really feeling stale at this point. Like its a one out that can be used to make easy art.

  2. Je préfère largement le design minimalisé ! Plus classe, plus sobre… (sauf pour Lindt, Pringles et Nesquik que je préfère a « demi minimalisé »)

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