Jason Wu partnered with Coca Cola (founded in 1892) for his fall 2021 collection that was inspired by ideas of 1950s Americana and the nostalgia of the general store. For his Coca cola logo print dress in vibrant red chiffon, he researched, coke’s evolving graphics in the companies, archives, re-creating the logo in different languages.
You might recall reading a bit about NYC’s newest selfie-farm, Candytopia, in this post, so I’ll skip the formal introduction and just get to the part where I found this Pink Refrigerator Case in their gift shop, which holds reusable bottles of Candytopia-branded water that sell for just $2 (“Two Dollars!”). Totally worth it.
A Vampire punk band? Sure, why not? This design by Boggs Nicolas combines the names of the four vampire characters on TV’s What We Do In The Shadows with Arturo Vega’s highly recognizable band logo and crest design for the legendary Ramones. It’s an instant classic!
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LA Pop Art Salutes David Bowie with Line of Branded Apparel.
“There are Rock Stars, and there are Rock Gods – David Bowie is one of the few artists in history that’s both,” offers LA Pop Art company founder Joseph Leibovic, announcing his company’s partnership with The David Bowie Estate to celebrate the artist’s legacy with an all-new collection of Word Art apparel.
David Bowies’ passion for visual imagery was the inspiration for this collection of unique LA Pop Art hand drawn Word Art designs. The distinctive apparel collection is launched with several of the most iconic images in Bowie’s catalog, the first being a design which reimagines the classic Bowie logo using a selection of his most popular song titles.