Artist reimagines brand logos as practical things with a purpose
How do logos help us in anyway apart from making us recognize brand names easily? Nothing? Well, not anymore. Award-winning Japanese designer Taku Oomura have turned famous logos into practical things which can be used by the consumers to make their lives a bit more convenient. The 3D printed logos are a part of Oomura’s project, “Trial and Error” in which he has revealed new purposes of the existing logo designs that you could not have managed to understand while seeing them in soft print otherwise.
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