Here, commemorate the brand logos that have died but were once beautiful.

Total logo 2003-2021

‘Total’ was a brand of gasoline in the African continent and Europe introduced by CFP in 1954, the company name was changed to Total in 1991 when it became a public company. The Total company rebranded in May 2021, renamed to TotalEnergies, and the new logo was designed by Carré Noir.

BT logo 2003-2019

As a British multinational telecommunications services company, BT was rebranded in 2019.

F1 logo 1994-2017

F1 (Formula One) is the highest class of single-seater auto racing in the world, the F1 logo is a famous negative space logo, perhaps is the most creative sports logo. But it dead in 2017.

CA logo 2001-2005

Founded in 1976, CA Technologies, formerly known as CA, Inc. and Computer Associates International, Inc., is an American multinational corporation that is primarily known for its B2B software with a product portfolio focused on Agile software development, DevOps, and computer security software. Dead in 2018, through acquired by Broadcom Inc.

Tourism Australia logo 2004-2012

Tourism Australia is the Government of Australia agency responsible for promoting Australia to the world as a destination for business and leisure travel. The previous logo was designed by Futurebrand.

3Com logo 2001-2010

3Com was a computer network products company founded in 1979. 3Com logo was dead in 201, acquired by HP (Hewlett-Packard).

Xerox logo 1994-2008

Xerox is an American multinational document technology and services corporation founded in 1906. The dead renowned digitized X logo was designed by Landor in 1994.

Nortel logo 2000-2009

Founded in Montreal, Quebec in 1895, Nortel was a multinational telecommunications and data networking equipment manufacturer. The company has ceased its operations and sell off all of its business units in 2009.

Lucent logo 1996-2006

Lucent Technologies was an American multinational telecommunications equipment company, established in 1996 through the divestiture of the former AT&T Technologies business unit of AT&T Corporation, which included Western Electric and Bell Labs.

Lucent was merged with Alcatel in 2006 and formed Alcatel-Lucent. This bold logo was dead.