PewDiePie Logo

PewDiePie Logo

The Youtube-based comedian and video producer PewDiePie has had two notable logos since 2011, when he became popular.

Meaning and history PewDiePie Logo

pewdiepie brofist logo

The real name of PewDiePie is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg. He registered on YouTube in 2010, while being a student at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. The following year he left school and focused on developing content for his YouTube channel. In about a year his channel already had more than a million subscribers.

Original symbol PewDiePie

PewDiePie Symbol

The earliest notable PewDiePie logo appeared in 2011. The wordmark was given in a fun all-cap typeface. Black “stains” could be seen on the white letters, while the ends of the letters looked “torn”.

Current emblem PewDiePie

PewDiePie emblem

In 2013 a new, more up-do-date logo was developed. It was built around a stylized light blue brofist. The brofist was given against the dark blue background. The logo was shaped in the form of the letter “P” and had a bold grey outline.

Font of the PewDiePie Logo

Font PewDiePie logo

The current version of the PewDiePie logo does not feature any text, so it is hardly possible to discuss the typeface. However, the previous version was actually a wordmark sporting quite an original customized font.

Color of the PewDiePie Logo

Color PewDiePie Logo

In addition to the regular logo combining two shades of blue with grey, there are also at least two alternative versions, where the color palette is different.

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