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Popular Corporate Brands Re-imagined as Metal Logos

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Just for fun: in an effort to test the assertion that “heavy metal makes everything better,” advertising and creative agency Cornett recently tasked their team with taking well known corporate brands and re-branding them in a more metal way.

And the results are pretty good! (The Disney one is especially droll, given the company’s metal-unfriendly ‘tude.) I kinda think they might actually help sales if they were ever implemented, too (which isn’t all that far fetched, given the recent trend of mainstream brands getting into the metal game). For example, right now I have no preference as to which tampon brand the women in my life use, but if their logo owed a debt to Anthrax, I would totally encourage said women to buy Tampax.

Check out a sampler poster below (click to enlarge). You can see some additional logos, and larger versions of the below, here.

Credits: Clay Gibson (Tylenol, Benadryl, Kleenex), Matt Newton (American Girl Doll, Fancy Feast, Disney), Matt Bitley (Anthropologie, Lululemon), Randy Steward (Mary Kay, Tampax), Chris Adams (Google), Ivy Oddis (Midol), Lauren Woods (Pinterest)
Credits: Clay Gibson (Tylenol, Benadryl, Kleenex), Matt Newton (American Girl Doll, Fancy Feast, Disney), Matt Bitley (Anthropologie, Lululemon), Randy Steward (Mary Kay, Tampax), Chris Adams (Google), Ivy Oddis (Midol), Lauren Woods (Pinterest)

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