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  • Funny how little the Starbucks logo changed since '87, they just took the same art and zoomed it in every ten years. What works works, I guess. Chupa Chups is more impressive though, the fact that he could sketch up in one afternoon a logo that would last 46+ years, that's pretty mind-blowing. 6 years ago
  • Agreed. Chupa Chups is the ultimate timeless logo @Samuel James 6 years ago
  • When Salvador Dali designs your logo, you dang well better leave it alone. Forever. 6 years ago
  • Wow, I wish I can take a lunch with Van Gogh, asking what he thought about logo these days. Nice story, thanks! 6 years ago
  • Interesting topic, great article. Thanks. 6 years ago
  • I love the Salvador Dali story! Thank you! 6 years ago
  • Great article, but it begs a question: How pared down does a logo have to be if the business in question is kind of frou frou? 6 years ago
  • The Starbucks logo (or at least what appears to be the inspiration for the Starbucks logo) goes back to the fifteenth century: http://bit.ly/1neddW3 Those are 15th century French watermarks. Gasp! 6 years ago
  • Regarding Chupa Chups, i think they changed Dali's logo a little, http://goo.gl/e7RCuL 6 years ago
  • Great history, really enjoy the logo evolutions! 4 years ago
  • I really enjoyed the article on Chupa Chups logo design by Salvador Dali, It was interesting how it became famous around the world. Dali was genius, I am also going to write an article on similar topic, will share link you guys soon, Thank you! Tom - The logo designer www.animationvisarts.com 1 year ago