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Sans Serif typeface gives a whole new look to Google

new google logo

What do you think of this new look for Google?

Google (opens in new tab) is clearly one of the top brands (opens in new tab) in the entire world, with its logo design (opens in new tab) one of the most recognisable and iconic throughout the globe. Using simple typography (opens in new tab) and a handful of primary colours, their simple approach worked wonders.

However, Italian designer Stefano Parrone (opens in new tab) has come up with a proposed redesign that whilst staying true to Google's trademark colours, makes it look a world away from what we all know. Using a Source Sans Pro Regular font, the logo has had a complete overhaul.

Showcasing the way in which the new logo could be used for Google+, Parrone also redesigned the classic Google web page. Whilst we don't think Google will be changing their logo any time soon, this redesign gives us an insight into what could be.

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

new google logo

[via Design Taxi (opens in new tab)]

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