In 1974, Sprite change its font and the text became green. In 1978, the orange star was changed into an orange dot.
1984–1989 (North America)
The "double-lemon" symbol was added over the I in 1984. Relaunch with a cleaner design.
In 1989, Sprite changed its font and added the lines on the background. This logo is still seen on some glass bottles.
1994–2003 (International), 1994–2006 (North America)
In 1994, Sprite was relaunched with new and edgier graphics. They also dropped the words "Great Lymon Taste" from the cans and bottles. The new design was launched with an urban-themed campaign and the slogan "Obey Your Thirst". After Sprite changed its logo in 2002 internationally, this logo continued to be used in the United States and Canada until 2006. This logo is still seen on some glass bottles.
International logo (1994-2003)
2002–2005 (International), 2003–2007 (North America), 2003–2010 (Asia)
In 2002, Sprite jazzed up the logo with new font that used outside North America. In North America, it is used as a secondary logo and was used on Tropical Sprite Remix in the United States in 2003-2005 and revived in 2015 as Sprite Tropical and in 2016 as Sprite Tropical Mix. It was also used on Sprite Ice in Canada until 2007. This logo is still seen on some glass bottles.
2004–2009 (International), 2005–2010 (Asia)
In 2004, the yellow oval was replaced by the "double-lemon" symbol over the I. This logo is still seen on some glass bottles.
2006–2008 (North America)
In late 2008, Sprite jazzed up the logo once again, the font changes, added the silver border (which is a call-back to the 1961 logo) and the "double-lemon" was redesigned. The "splash" was used in the United States and Canada in 2008-2011 and then it was used internationally. The "splash" may vary across the countries. But it was still used in some countries including Europe. This logo is still seen on some glass bottles.
2010–2015 (United States), 2014–2018 (United Kingdom)
In February 2014, the 2008 Sprite logo became two-dimensional, the "double-lemon" was redesigned once again, and removed the "splash", and it is now used internationally.
2017–present (Netherlands), 2018–present (United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Finland)
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