Pizza Hut commenced operations in 1958. Its first logo was its former mascot, Pete, holding the words Pizza and Hut.
In 1968, Pizza Hut began using the now classic logo which features the famous 'red roof' icon which is still used, in a modified form, today. Also, the signature roof for new (and updated) restaurants at the time was changed from brown to red.
2010 (unused prototype)
In February 2010, the red roof was given a glossy look, and the text was modified. This logo is still used at some locations.
This logo is used in some countries of South America and is also used in Hong Kong, Israel and Southeast Asia. It was introduced in 2010 and is still used.
In February 2014, the yellow stripe at the bottom of the wordmark and the green dot on the "i" were dropped from the logo and the wordmark 1968 was moved down further from the symbol. This change was made possibly to make it look like the 1974 logo.
In November 2014, Pizza Hut announced a major change to their menu and the look of their restaurants. They also announced a new logo and 1968 new box, both of which were launched on November 19.
The logo consists of the February 2014 logo in white, on a stylish paintbrush stroke-like red circle. However, on boxes, the logo only has the white roof inside the red circle.
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