Announced Jan. 2, 2020 by Armin No Comments on The Best and Worst Identities of 2019, Part 7: The Clickbait-iest Linked
Here are the most entertaining, interesting, silly, non-life-altering, clickbait-y stories of the year. This is the last installment of the year in review.
Backgrounds: crops of photos by Sean Sinclair on Unsplash
Fonts: Decoy by PSTL and Spoof by Polytype.
Cool idea, unfortunate rendering.See original post
Unreadable death metal logo weekly quizzes. See original post
Clever logo “puzzles” that reveal names.See original post
An appreciation of possibly the best Batman logo ever.See original post
Damn you Dunkin for making swag good enough to pay for you for it and then help you advertise your brand wherever we go.See original post
A matchup made in Ketchup hell.See original post
Maybe they were just ringers but these additional logo options for the original Miami Heat exude all kinds of cheesy goodness.See original post
In the wake of Golden State’s fugly logo redesign this year, this 2017 fake redesign by Pete McClelland looks even better than it did in 2017 when he first created it. See original post
Most of these are funny because most of these are true.See original post
Fake redesigns don’t always go over well but this Crocs alternate reality by Stephen Kelleher was a clear winner.See original post
So bad it’s terrible it’s horrendous it’s good. Made even better — worse? — by the fact that this dog food brand is from Burt Ward, who played Robin in the TV series Batman (1966-1968) See original post
The absolute best, feel-good story of the year that only got better in the days after it first came out: over 100,000 t-shirts were sold and the kid was offered a 4-year scholarship.See original post