Early millennials and late Gen Xs will be familiar with the Pokemon logo. Yet not the ones set before them right now. These fictional Pokemon logo take on a corporate spin that adults can appreciate as much as they did the show when they were younger. It is interesting to see how these cartoon characters would brand themselves if they became business moguls.
The series of corporate Pokemon logos was created by Sebastiaan de With, founder of San Francisco agency Pictogram. Fast Co Design notes, "The names of these Japanese anime creatures really do sound like legitimate businesses: who wouldn't be tempted to buy clothing from an artisanal Brooklyn label called Cubone, or plant fertilizer from Bulbasaur, or long-burning matches from Charmander?"
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