A Designer Tried Creating Logos for Eight of History's Greatest Artists

Milton Omena distilled Picasso, Van Gogh and more

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Art is a business, and artists are brands. That is the beginning of the inspiration behind this logo project that imagines how famous artists would have marketed themselves. Artists like Leonardo Da Vinci reached massive heights during their lifetimes, but others like Vincent Van Gogh certainly could have used a marketing team getting his exceptional artwork in front of the right people.

The designs by Brazilian graphic designer Milton Omena were actually created in 2018 but were amplified recently when TBWA\Chiat\Day CEO Rob Schwartz New York retweeted them to his followers.



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