alphabet objects

Ah, yes. Hawkewe Foodservice. I’m very familiar with the mythical mama-sheep/hawk-beast.

You go, Hawkewe! Use your fork of righteousness to bring foodservice distribution to the masses!

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Category: Restaurants

Three Strikes, You’re Out

by Earl of Hurl on January 26, 2011

Double alphabet objects and a star-shaped person top off a business named using ‘Solutions‘ for the fail!

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Category: Small Business

The Eyes!

by Earl of Hurl on December 28, 2010

Thanks to Barfer Amy for this submission of this wildlife control company’s logo.

Be sure to stop by their website – they’ve animated the logo for bonus barfiness. Too bad it’s in Flash, not an animated gif. It’s watching you…

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Category: Service Industry

A Friendly Holiday Reminder

by Earl of Hurl on December 22, 2010

We here at YLMMB want to remind designers out there: Just because you can use an object as a letter…doesn’t mean you have to.

This objects-as-letters phenomenon has got to have a name. Does anyone know what it is?

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Category: Impossible to Categorize

A Festivus Miracle!

by Earl of Hurl on December 20, 2010

In the holiday spirit, I’d like to air my grievances against Tan Cun, our final tanning salon logo entry for the time being.

Strike 1: You named your salon as if you’re designing joke business ads for the school paper.

Strike 2: Then you made two of your six letters into objects. A third of your logo is a visual pun.

Strike 3: Finally, the whole goddamn thing is sitting on an island. This is ridiculous.

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Category: Small Business

Mocha An

by Earl of Hurl on December 20, 2010

This is, sadly, just a representative image for all the tanning salon logos using Papyrus, circles, and palm trees. Luckily, this specimen also features an object as a letter.

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Category: Small Business