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hatboy:

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This was one of the best comedies ever. Too bad season 5 was cancelled. Bleghh…
Context: http://youtu.be/1EBfxjSFAxQ

Probably still my favourite part of this show, aside from perhaps "Acid" — absolutely perfect illustration.

hatboy:

Fire Exclamation Mark

This was one of the best comedies ever. Too bad season 5 was cancelled. Bleghh…

Context: http://youtu.be/1EBfxjSFAxQ

Probably still my favourite part of this show, aside from perhaps "Acid" — absolutely perfect illustration.

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tymn:

 
“Hello, IT. Have you tried turning it off and on again?”
Reynholm Industries, The IT Crowd (2006)

This has always been one of my favourite fictitious logos. Not only does it suit the (extremely vague, yet evidently equally powerful) company, but it’s actually a really well-designed and functional mark.
After seeing what seems like myriad series/movies where successful companies are shown to have what would clearly be unsuccessful branding (including one show based around an obviously-big-name ad agency which produced nothing but ridiculously awful work), it’s always nice to see people giving their creations the respect they deserve and making their worlds more believable by simply not dismissing the importance of design.
For more refreshingly awesome fictitious logo designs check out the rest of tymn’s collection, and follow along for more, at Fauxgo!

tymn:

“Hello, IT. Have you tried turning it off and on again?”

Reynholm Industries, The IT Crowd (2006)

This has always been one of my favourite fictitious logos. Not only does it suit the (extremely vague, yet evidently equally powerful) company, but it’s actually a really well-designed and functional mark.

After seeing what seems like myriad series/movies where successful companies are shown to have what would clearly be unsuccessful branding (including one show based around an obviously-big-name ad agency which produced nothing but ridiculously awful work), it’s always nice to see people giving their creations the respect they deserve and making their worlds more believable by simply not dismissing the importance of design.

For more refreshingly awesome fictitious logo designs check out the rest of tymn’s collection, and follow along for more, at Fauxgo!

(Source: tymn)