Pringles logos


Pringles is a stackable potato-based chips produced by an American brand. The snack was developed by Fredick John Baur, an American chemist for Procter and Gamble; its taste was made better by Alexander Liepa. Pringles started selling in Indiana in 1968. The Pringles logo includes a moustache man with a white skin and tiny eyes is wearing a jacket with a bow tie. His jacket and bow tie is colored red with three yellow stripes. The brand name "Pringles'' is written in yellow with black linings. The colour mockups are red, shades of brown, shades of yellow, white and black.