Monday, December 03, 2007

Inside Out of this World


Ever wonder what a shape or picture looks like when it's turned inside out?
By inside out I mean twisting it so the outer edge becomes the inner core, while the inner core is stretched to become the new edge (like the example above).
Below is the same treatment to some logos. I'm not endorsing any of 'em. Just posting the more interesting ones (Intel Inside, General Electric and Windows Vista were boring.) Funny how some of them reverse into appealing new logos, while others just look weird.

6 comments:

TK_Platypus said...

I really like the NBC one. Fix the letters but retain the visual theme, and you'd have a much better logo than the original.

Namowal said...

Thanks, tk_platypus.
The NBC logo hasn't changed much in 40 years. Maybe they should update to the inside out version.

Patrick said...

I would think the fact that the NBC logo hasn't changed much in 40 years would tell you something.

If it's that effective and recognizable, why change it at all?

Anonymous said...

"Patrick said...

I would think the fact that the NBC logo hasn't changed much in 40 years would tell you something."

That they have no imagination...?

Anonymous said...

"namowal said
patrick said
anonymous said... 40 years"

40 years is an even number of years.

Scott said...

Anonymous said...

"namowal said
patrick said
anonymous said... 40 years"

40 years is an even number of years.

go back to 4chan you moron