If you usually follow this blog you probably know already 1. that we’re a t-shirt printing company and 2. about our relatively famous and significantly original creative exercises. If you don’t know just yet but you like creativity, well, you should keep reading.
A creative exercise, according to the definition I just made up, is an activity where people here at Printsome (and sometimes, from all over the globe) try to merge two or more different concepts that are not commonly seen together to get interesting results. Sometimes we imagine what would happen if brands such as Facebook, Tinder or Airbnb were beer brands instead of what they really are. Other times we just swap the colours of rival logos to analyse how our brains react to the change. We even dream about what would happen if brands were sponsoring entire countries or if the most incredible entrepreneurs of all time were superheroes.
Seriously, folks, we take creativity very seriously, sometimes too much.
What if well-known logos were turned upside down and inside out?
We’ve been producing and publishing creative exercises for almost a year now and to be honest, the results speak for themselves. We’ve been featured on Adweek, Playboy, DesignTaxi and a million of other sites from anywhere in the world. And we won’t stop.
Actually, we’ve decided that for 2016, apart from creating our very own ones we’ll be sharing other people’s creative exercises (even if they don’t call them like that) and to start with, the first creative that got our attention is called Ivan Apostolski, this Serbian folk had a really interesting idea:
He thought that it’d be cool if we turned well-known brand logos inside out and upside down and then analysed what comes out. Now you’re probably in that WTF mode, I know, but take a breath and prepare to laugh, because the results are pretty impressive.
Ivan calls this technique graphorism, and essentially it is to play with words, symbols and typography to form new and surprising creations. Are you ready to try it out yourself?
Pepsi – I bet he is!
Apple – So iOS!
Adidas – Network administrators’ apparel
Paypal – I want to buy and sell stuff daily, dad
DHL – They will deliver anything you want, anything
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Ford – Are you a brat?
Acer – Pure Jade
Nokia – Their wasn’t really good, apparently
Lavazza – Coffee mirrored
Best if used on planes with Wi-Fi
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HP – So it is!
Burn – To avoid when having energy drinks
Land of noise
T-shirt Printing for Designers
Thanks to our five years of experience in the apparel-printing industry, we are able to offer a service catered towards the needs of designers and creative directors. Printsome’s apparel-printing services are perfect for streetwear collections, T-shirt lines and merchandise, among many other possibilities.
From the moment you get in touch, one of our ‘printing experts’ will answer all of your questions and find efficient solutions to your needs. It is our mission to help your career flourish. Thanks to high-quality garments and cutting-edge printing techniques, we can produce almost any design. Printing T-shirts has never been this easy.
Why worry about inventory or logistics when we can take care of that? We deal with the boring stuff so you have more time to do what you love. To find out more, simply visit our website by clicking on the banner below.