Here, commemorate the brand logos that have died but were once beautiful.
‘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.
As a British multinational telecommunications services company, BT was rebranded in 2019.
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.
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 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 was a computer network products company founded in 1979. 3Com logo was dead in 201, acquired by HP (Hewlett-Packard).
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.
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 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.