Tired of their old catchphrase "Best Small Country in the World," Scotland spent £125,000 with for this new slogan: Welcome to Scotland.
The new artwork was unveiled at Glasgow airport yesterday by culture minister Linda Fabiani. She said: "These images will welcome people arriving in our country and Scots coming home, giving everyone a taste and glimpse of the very best of Scotland.
"This is not about developing flashy slogans.
"This is about showing what a modern, vibrant and successful country Scotland is."
But Labour MSP Jackie Baillie said: "If 'Welcome to Scotland' is the best Alex Salmond's government can come up with, it shows the SNP have had an imagination bypass. It sounds more like a road sign at Berwick than it does a must-do invitation to visit our country."
That's not the only rebranding going on in Scotland. Prestwick airport also had a new slogan:
Prestwick airport got the slogan "Pure Dead Briliant" as part of a £3million upgrade last year. But a logo featuring a cartoon drunken Scotsman sparked outrage.
Must be from the same people that did the epilepsy-inducing Olympics logo!