Spray-Paint Cans Bearing the Colors and Logos of Famous Brands Are Oddly Compelling

Products as street artists

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Art director Antonio Brasko made a series of branded Montana spray-paint cans bearing the logos and colors of high-roller fashion labels like Chanel and Gucci, as well as ubiquitous sportswear brands like Adidas and Nike (for whom Brasko does some notable design work). Designers roll out projects like this fairly regularly, it seems, and the thought process behind them generally isn't much deeper than "put X's logo on random object Y, sell as profound cultural statement."

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