FourFourFourTwo is reporting that the logo of the popular Voodoo donut chain is being redesigned.
The VoodooDonuts logo is currently on the cover of the new Voodoo magazine, and we have it on the website as well.
The redesign will be the latest in a series of new branding for the chain.
The original logo is now on the back of Voodoo doughnuts, which is part of the Voodoo brand.
There is also a Voodoo Doughnuts app, which allows users to purchase and download donuts.
Voodoo Doughnut, based in New York City, is a family-owned chain of doughnut shops.
The original Donuts chain is based in Florida.
The new logo was inspired by the iconic logo of McDonald’s, which has since been replaced by the VOO logo, the McDonalds brand.
It is a stylized triangle surrounded by two circles, with the letters V on top and the word McDonalds on the bottom.
The design features a circular motif and uses the shape of the McDonald’s logo, with a square on the left.
The donuts chain has been around since the 1960s, and has expanded its offerings to include other items, including ice cream, breakfast sandwiches, frozen yogurt, ice cream sundaes, and donuts and sodas.
VooDoo, the company behind Voodoo, said in a statement that the new logo reflects “our desire to reflect the company’s commitment to innovation and quality while maintaining its longstanding relationship with our customers and community.”