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Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

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  • 25 Apr, 2016  |
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When this artist started making up a banner for a travel agency they started to think about how they could represent the different cities around the world with images. That's when they came up with the idea to brand all of the world's most famous cities by giving them logos and the results are very interesting.

Bratislava

1 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

On And Off


2 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Keep In Mind. Bu-car-est Is Not Buda-pest


3 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Berlin


4 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Winter Is Coming


5 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Moscow



6 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Liverpool


7 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Bucharest


8 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

By The Sea


9 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Cambridge


10 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Paris


11 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Manchester


12 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)

Would You Like A Glass Of Drink?


13 Artist Brands Cities By Using Their Names To Create Logos (13 pics)


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