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Making new words with existing logos


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Hey everyone, hops this is the right board to post this in, i made an account just so i could ask this.

Anyway, I've seen pictures several times where people take a logo, say the Coca Coal logo for example, and they'll make it say something else, like "pepsi", but its in the coke font. I want to do something similar with the original "fresh prince of bel air" logo.. I want to change it so that it reads " fresh prince of detroit" but in the same font and style as the original. How do people accomplish this usually? It is just trial and error until you find the right font? any help is appreciated, thanks.
Hello and welcome to PSG.

Most of those reversed/parody logos are more than likely made with the Pen Tool in conjunction with a font. Some are made entirely with the Pen Tool.

Pepsi copy.png

Here's a font close to the coke font that was probably used in this example: http://www.dafont.com/loki-cola.font

Most are accurate in staying true to the original font/logo.


Here are some parody logo examples. Some are completely remade.
ah yes! glad you knew what i was talking about. But do you think you can explain a little further? how do you use the pen tool to accomplish this?