Coronavirus: Big Brands redesign logos to promote social distancing

Coronavirus: Big Brands redesign logos to promote social distancing

In the time of the corona pandemic, social distancing is crucial to control the spread of novel coronavirus. Whether you like it or not, social distancing can help you stay safe from this disease which has been killing people in large numbers across the world. 

Even the world’s most popular brands have come up with an idea of redesigning their logos to bring attention to social distancing. Brands like McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Audi and Volkswagen, and many others have redesigned their logos amid the coronavirus pandemic.  

Take a look at the new logos and see how our favorite brands are spreading the message of social distancing.

  • McDonald

McDonald’s has separated its iconic golden arches in the new logo which has been posted on the Facebook page of McDonald’s Brazil. 

  • Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola latest ad has created a space between its letters, emphasizing on the idea of being apart is the best way of being together. 

Today, being apart is the best way of being together.

Posted by Coca-Cola on Sunday, March 22, 2020
  • Audi

Automotive company Audi has shared a video on its social media account. The video shows the redesigned logo which consists of four separate rings telling people to keep a distance.

  • Volkswagon 

Volkswagon too has reformed its logo to inspire people to keep a safe distance. In the new logo, the letters V and W are separated

The current global situation is no joke. It’s a matter of great concern. Social distancing is the need of the hour!

Social distancing means maintaining a physical distance of at least 1 meter between yourself and anyone that can lessen the chances of catching the coronavirus.  Well, looking at the new logos, it’s pretty obvious that big brands know how to approach sensibly and encourage people to maintain a safe distance to fight the battle against deadly coronavirus. The creativity, passion, and thought that brands are putting in their logos and ads to help, educate, and be part of the physical distancing movement is worthy of admiration.

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