Stefan Asafti is a Web Designer/Graphic Designer from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Once upon a time Stefan created a project about great brands of the modern world. We’re pretty certain you will recognize every single brand listed. Thanks to the free market, competition to offer the best value to the consumer is fierce. Brands fight against each other in a never ending boxing match to win your heart.
There have always existed disputes among the competing parties, divergent opinions, while the fans of each brand were convinced that theirs was the best product. Last, but not least, the rivals have even conducted ad campaigns against the competing brands. This project mostly approaches the visual “conversations” between the company logos and the ways that they influence each other, hence the name of the project, Brandversations. It is a parallel between the modern and the old, some of the slogans dating back to the 40s and 50s.
The slogans of the brands amongst themselves have been switched, with the overall goal being to give them further meaning and to create a sort of a confusion. It is surprising how logos can influence other logos. The truth is that each pair of rivals has something in common, that something which has helped them to build one identity upon the other, this way becoming the biggest brands.
Completing this project has taken a lot of time and a lot of patience for Asafti. Each little bit of the final image has been moved and resized manually in order to maintain a correct and balanced composition and layout of the elements.
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