What Twitter users think of American Airlines’ new logo and livery
Jason Clampet, Skift
- Jan 17, 2013 7:53 am
If you can’t say anything nice … at least keep it to 140 characters or less.
— Jason Clampet
Everyone’s a critic, but at least on Twitter the criticism is brief. Here’s how users of the social network are responding to American Airlines’ announcement and images of its new logo and livery design, which Skift broke earlier this morning.
American Airlines’ new designs
American Airlines confirmed its new logo and livery designs this morning. Here’s what Twitter users think:
Already wags are wondering if the inspiration for @AmericanAir’s new look came from Havana: http://bit.ly/10h2Q5EDavid Koenig
@brianmacco @AmericanAir Love it. I really do.Mark Sims /designer/
More on @AmericanAir’s new identity/livery from @FutureBrand http://ow.ly/gTNxc Very much looking forward to @ucllc’s post…Aaron Gage Lewis
Today it happened! American Airlines unveils new livery and corporate identity http://brandingsource.blogspot.com/2013/01/new-logo-american-airlines.html created by @FutureBrand #newamericanThe Branding Source
MBLM is proud to be part of the FutureBrand team that led American Airlines brand modernization program. Check it out http://bit.ly/WihF2bMBLM
The new @AmericanAir logo is a missed opportunity to inject a storied heritage into the brand and recapture the lost romanticism of flight.J.B. Chaykowsky
@AmericanAir No it doesn’t. It’s just ugly. You fixed the ONLY thing that isn’t broken about your airline :(Joel Spolsky