Brand Emblems; Nowadays, under the dictatorship of the wind tunnel, they are often the only thing you can recognize a car by.
Those emblems have their history. And over the course of sometimes up to a century, those usually powerful 'logos' have changed.
Why? Because designers had simply come up and marketers had risen.
Following the most recent 'chevrons' on new ones Citroëns, a kind of half-swollen, cracked sausages, we went looking for everything that has changed in the course of time with brand emblems.
It didn't really make us happy. "The original is always the best," that was the idea that stayed with us the most.
The lion of Peugeot has also undergone such an evolution. But whether the beast that now stands for the brand is still recognized as a lion by the Pokemon generation?
But how can the basis of brand emblems with a smile be viewed from a completely different perspective?
We found this leap of thought on FB. The poster drives very satisfied in a Peugeot 504. He could laugh about it. At least we thought it was funny