by alphamonkey on March 9, 2010 · 4 comments

in Film,Illustration & Design,Short Film

If you haven’t seen the Oscar-winning animated short “Logorama,” now’s your chance. No logos were hurt (at least not permanently) in the creation of this project. Considering the language it is more than a little NSFW.


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  • John Waters

    Anyone care to explain how the filmmakers have avoided a gazillion lawsuits? I would assume that most if not all of the companies used here had a shit fit when they saw this.

    • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

      The Fair Use argument would probably be the first line of defense (especially considering how iconic and culturally pervasive a number of those logos are to us now), but mostly I’d say it’s just the “It’s an animated short film. No one will ever see it” thinking.

    • ShadowStalker

      That’s what I thought too.

  • ShadowStalker

    Is there some subtext here that I’m missing? It’s cool that it’s all made with logos, but the story is kind of crap.

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