Similarly to the new OWN logo, we’ve heard from readers about Starbucks’ release.
Especially with this photo, it’s like the designers are getting more and more nearsighted and just keeping zooming on in.
What do you think? Throw out your opinions – yays and nays – in the comments.
We’ve had quite a few people throw the Oprah Winfrey Network logo our way. And we’ve heard some mixed opinions. So now we open it up to y’all to weigh in: what’s the good, the bad and the funny about OWN’s rainbow-riffic branding?
Let it all out in the comments.
Thanks to the anonymous submitter who sent this blood center logo our way. It’s weak to begin with, but she pointed out that once you see the vulva herein it cannot by unseen.
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If not for the helpful URL below the logo (not to mention the Registered Tradmark – always important) I’d really, truly think Andyman was a new vocab word. “Andyman: A traveling hippie who dispenses wisdom and pharmacological herbs to drifters.”
Thanks to Barfer Heather for sending in this illegible logo.
Barfer Amy C implores us to visit:
“Welcome to picturesque Hansville, WA. Known for its lighthouse, sweeping views of Puget Sound, and luxury beachfront homes. Please stop by our visitor center to check the latest tide and weather info on our state of the art Apple IIe.”
We checked. Hansville doesn’t seem to have a logo. But someone designed this sign, and…it’s horrible.
Thanks to Barfer Joanna for sending in the logo for Quotabl.es, which touts itself thusly:
“Quotables is where quotes live online, serving up hot little nuggets of the memorable, magical, wise and wonderful.”
Yes. Hot little nuggets. Also, you know your logo is a butt, right? Maybe when you’re out of beta you’ll have a better logo.