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Fauxgo – Fake Logos From Fictional Film Companies


Fauxgo is a fun faux/fake/fictional logo Tumblr project by Tymn Armstrong.

Taking fictional movie companies like: Tron-Encom, The Karate Kid-Kobra Kid, WALL•E-Buy N Large and others, Tymn has showcased the fictional/fake logos that represent these companies.

The whole idea of a fake logo makes me smirk somewhat. Found via Quipsologies.

View more over at Fauxgo






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