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  • Famous Logos Redesigned in Web 2.o

    This online community asked it's users to recreate famous logos in the Web 2.0 style
    Here are a couple random images from the thread







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  • #2
    Some of those are pretty darn kewl
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      Some advice is profound, some is clever. The above post is a good example of both.
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      • #4
        love the pepsi one
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        • #5
          hahah the BMW one is hot. The tylenolol is teh funny.
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          • #6
            bmw is pretty slick, they might want to consider using that, that would look pretty slick on their cars.
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            • #7
              Am I the only one that looks at web 2.0 logos and see the major zeitgeist? This collection is funny, but I think one of the main reasons its become such a joke is because the web 2.0 businesses all copy each other, meaning they style itself preceeds the application of the business they're representing. I'd love to see the community design these logos as if they're in the 1920's or maybe if they existed during the Italian renaissance...
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              • #8
                But that would require actual skill and thought and stuff. Web2.0 is not about skill and thought and stuff ^_^

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                • #9
                  You're right. Its about web applications, overnight success, and LOTS of glossy texture. If those logos were ever rendered in 3D, they'd be too slippery to hold.
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                  • #10
                    scary thing is some people thought they were cool...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SurfPark
                      You're right. Its about web applications, overnight success, and LOTS of glossy texture. If those logos were ever rendered in 3D, they'd be too slippery to hold.
                      lol

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                      • #12
                        I don't think I get the joke. Isn't Web 2.0 just a buzz word for the more interactive use of the web than 5 years ago? How does that affect a logo graphic? Or is that the point, and this is just making fun of the trend to make logos all glossy looking?
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                        • #13
                          I just read up on this because I was unaware.
                          Web 2.0 logos/graphics, use: large font, hatch lines, gloss, reflecting images, supermarket starbursts, gradients and maybe a few more things.

                          Also, the BMW looks like the emblem on the car and not much more than their logo.
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                            hmmmmmmmmmm.....interesting topic...Where did you read and become aware!
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                              on Wikipedia. Sure it is not the bet resource available but a quick one.
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