Shantay, they slay.
Shantay, they slay.
You’re born naked and the rest is this quiz.
The lower tier of the preppy apparel universe — below Abercrombie and American Eagle — reported its 13th straight quarter of falling or flat same-store sales yesterday.
If only it was real…
I guess this is growing up.
Useful. By Tim Delger.
It’s amazing. And brief.
The studio remains 20th Century Fox as the successor to the current News Corporation gets a minimalist new logo.
Tech gurls the world over, take note.
Swoooooooooon. This gorgeous fanimation was created by Blackmeal.
In that they had zero viewers. That’s right: NOBODY watched these shows.
These days it’s perfectly acceptable to judge food by its label. Because if the company cares enough about design, they likely care just as much about the product inside.
BuzzFeed has the trailer and five photos from the upcoming season of the fiercest competition in drag.
Season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race is just around the corner and it’s time to check out the new queens.
BuzzFeed has an exclusive look at the censored scene that was not featured in the premiere episode of Logo’s new scripted show. (Mildly NSFW: Graphic Content, No Nudity.)
MTV hand-picked their favorite celebrity videos ahead of the second installment of the “It Gets Better” special with Dan Savage airing on Tuesday, October 9 at 11 p.m. ET/PT.
Having retired from beauty pageants at the age of 6, Wood is now the star of her own show with a legion of adult fans. But is her fame exploitative or progressive?
This is why child stars shouldn’t be allowed on live television.
The fashion at the the Logo NewNowNext Awards was LOUD. No judgement, of course, but you really have to see it to believe it.
Barack Obama’s 2008 logo was the toast of the design world, but Mitt Romney’s doesn’t feel quite as fresh — despite its striking resemblance to the logo for Aquafresh toothpaste. Actually, it looks like pretty much every other corporate logo in America: Aquafresh, Pepsi, Ramada Hotels, and Carnival Cruise, among others. The Romney font is set to Trajan, which is the same font used for Lord of the Rings, Minority Report, Titanic, The Mummy and Star Wars Episode II.
Here, piggy piggy piggy! A prison laborer very creatively hid some swine in the stickers that adorn the cars of the people who put that laborer in prison. Can you pinpoint the pork?
None of those queens would ever survive.
The film industry is getting old. To celebrate becoming a
centaur centenarian, Paramount is treating itself with the tamest logo redesign ever.
If you click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” without entering a search item, then you’ll be redirected to every google logo created. Now go forth and kill the next hour with your new found knowledge. (via reddit.com)
Creative Logo Designer Graham Smith describes his Brand Re-Versioning series as brand identities with a split personality. He’s the designer, so he gets to call them what he wants. It’s my post, so I get to call them brand-name mind f**ks. (Via The BuzzBrewery) View List ›
Not only do you get to serve as the logo vector designer, but you also get to advise the mayor, a holiday named after you, possibly a road named as well. Plus fame and fortune, and maybe even learn how to embalm some dead people. (via @im_so_tiny) View Image ›
Awfulness of this caliber takes hard work and talent.
THERE IS NO PEACOCK. NO. PEACOCK. View Image ›
Iamjustcreative.com is doing a study where they simplify brand logos to just colors and shapes and seeing if consumers can distinguish the brand. Can you still identify the brands? I found Target! View Image ›
Google celebrates the 40th anniversary of Sesame Street and the 20th anniversary of Wallace and Gromit on both their American and British sites. View List ›