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PepsiCo’s logo recreated using its very own products for typefaces

That logo looks really appetizing! ‘Or not’, said the Coca-Cola fan. French graphic designer Patrick Garbit took eight of PepsiCo’s food products and turned them into the very letters of their company’s logo.

He used Pepsi to spell out the letter ‘P’, Doritos and Lays to make the letter ‘E’, Gatorade for the letter ‘P’, Quakers for the letter ‘S’, Tropicana for the letter ‘I’, Sabra Hummus for the letter ‘C’, and Muller Yogurt for the letter ‘O’.

Who knew PepsiCo owned so many products?

Via What An Art

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