I am happy to be participating in the Please Post Bills show at Gallery 1988.
I decided to do a painting based on one of images from my Bill vs. Betty project.
If you’re in LA go see it, it has a boatload of talented artists.
(Fabulous photos courtesy of Ranee Vespi.)
The NBC/Universal partnership has finally cemented itself through its new rebranding. Below is the new logo for the entertainment powerhouse, which was recently unveiled.
The peacock is dead. The stylized globe is gone. Any iconic styling or graphic element is completely dismissed. We are only left with Copperplate. What happened?
Below is what they were using previously.
Now, here’s what I don’t understand. Was it so hard to combine these two logos to create an amalgam that would still hold both visual identities?
Below is my simple update that leaves the company its built-in iconic presence and functions perfectly as a watermark to shove at the bottom of the screen.
Am I missing something?