Designers have reimagined the Apple, Google and Netflix logos to celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus

It’s been 100 years since the influential Bauhaus art school shook the design world, and in celebration, a group of international designers have reimagined famous logos in the Bauhaus style.

These come from a competition organised by creative platform 99designs, and include re-works of the Apple, Netflix, Google, BMW and Burger King logos, amongst many others.

Vladimir Nikolic: Apple, courtesy of 99designs

Can’t get enough of the Bauhaus style? Check out these world-famous logos reimagined in the style of the influential art school.

This April marks 100 years since The Bauhaus School of Art and Design was founded. Although the school was short-lived, its movement left a legacy that has carried on to this day.

Check out the designs below.

Ross!e: WWF, courtesy of 99designs
Artopelago: Google, courtesy of 99designs
SSUK: Android, courtesy of 99designs
Luciy: BBC, courtesy of 99designs
Dellfi: Starbucks, courtesy of 99designs
Enrique Arredondo: Netflix, courtesy of 99designs
Enrique Arredondo: BMW, courtesy of 99designs
Black Logo: Burger King, courtesy of 99designs

Via It’s Nice That.