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Brand Wars – Logo Mash-Ups By Barn Bocock


Brand logos are the perfect target for various mash-ups and Barn Bocock has added a Star Wars flavour to these 8 brands.

You can buy posters and stickers of these mash ups from his online stores at Society6 and RedBubble.

Link credits to Gary Holmes for the heads up and Alltop for spreading the news.

Brand Wars: Choose Your Allegiance






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