Fair enough.I'm glad they changed, the "splat" and its multiforms, represented the liveliness, variety and fun it once was, I would hate to see that beloved logo associated with the dull corporated feeling that the channel now have, kids who have grown with the new design are ok with it, and its ok for the channel so its ok with me.
Awesome!It's been several months since I made this thread, so I thought why not bring it back?
Around several months ago, I only made several Nickelodeon logo in Sketchbook. It has a mix between the pinball branding and the splat branding. I would showcase it here several months ago, but I didn't because I thought it didn't look that good. I only did it just for fun, not something I wanted to see Nick would this to replace their current 2009 logo.
Now, looking back on it, I'm more than okay to showcase the fanmade logos because they look like they can fit in the current landscape of Nickelodeon more so than the 2009 logo was.
So what do you guys think?
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Sure. Despite Nickelodeon going through a rut in the early 80's, the pinball looks pretty and memorable.I like 1981 rainbow Nick logo and it make looks like LGBT friendly channel lol.
Yeah, definitely. It will always be iconic.but 1984-2009 Nick logo was great too.
Yeah, Nick used to looks like PBS with a lot of educational programming and it wasn't successful so they had to change to make more entertainment.Sure. Despite Nickelodeon going through a rut in the early 80's, the pinball looks pretty and memorable.
Yeah, definitely. It will always be iconic.
I guess maybe because they wanna showcase slime and the messiness still exist in the network, even though the rebrand said otherwise.Honestly it's always been weird to see slime with the rebrand. Since the rebrand is so sterile the slime feels out of time and place next to it.
Oh, definitely. The slime just doesn't fit now, which is sad because it, along with the splat gave the network an identity. Like, if you asked any kid in the 90s or 2000s what was the first thing that came to mind when you say the phrase "green slime", I guarantee they'd say Nickelodeon. Nick doesn't really have an identity now other than being the "Spongebob Network" and hasn't for the last decade.Honestly it's always been weird to see slime with the rebrand. Since the rebrand is so sterile the slime feels out of time and place next to it.