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Popular Brand Logos Have Humorously Become ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Memes

After a decade’s worth of hype, Marvel Studios has left fans in even more anticipation and anguish with the dramatic ending in Avengers: Infinity War. As it turns out, the world has foreshadowed the film’s finale way before the first Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, Iron Man, rolled out in 2008. Iconic sitcom Friends,...

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‘Freelance Wars’ Hilariously Fuses Designer Pains With ‘Star Wars’ Scenes

Clients can make some really strange demands. At times, they even seem unearthly. Just for laughs, Alex Griendling—co-owner of Minneapolis-based creative studio Lunar Saloon—has merged galactic-level pains that independent designers often experience with Star Wars footage to create some awfully relatable GIFs. In ‘Freelance Wars’, your favorite characters are smacked with even more...

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Avengers’ Poster Leaves Minds In Phallic-Like Structure

Last Tuesday, Disney announced monumental upgrades to Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland, which were poised to house Avengers-themed lands. When it mentioned that visitors were going to be part of a “bigger” universe, they couldn’t agree more, as a discreet illustration in one of Disney’s posters had rubbed...

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McDonald’s Amusingly Turns Its Golden Arches Logo Into Directional Signs

McDonald’s Canada has launched a playful new campaign with agency Cossette that proves just how recognizable its logo is. ‘Follow the Arches’ out-of-home campaign deconstructs the fast food chain’s iconic emblem and uses only certain portions as graphic elements. Coupled with simple directional text lines, the resultant navigational billboards can...

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Pentagram Express First Visual Identity Overhaul In 37 Years

American Express has partnered with Pentagram to launch a new global identity titled ‘Powerful Backing: Don’t Do Business/ Don’t Live Without It’. Pentagram’s Abbot Miller has redesigned the blue box logo—which was first introduced in 1975—making this American Express’ first identity overhaul in 37 years. Works from Ogilvy, Mindshare, mcgarrybowen as well as Digitas are also featured...

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