Hilarious 2020 “Finger” Logo Perfectly Sums Up The Year

Hilarious 2020 “Finger” Logo Perfectly Sums Up The Year
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We don’t need to tell you that 2020 has been a total bastard of a year – fires, floods, plagues and pandemics. Not to mention Donald Trump.

So, when a new logo happened across B&T’s desk we thought it might possibly cheer you up a fraction.

The logo’s in the shape of 2020, however, a closer inspection reveals it’s actually giving you the old “one finger salute” straight back.

The logo’s the work of design agency TheTypeO which appears to be a side project for a fellow by the name of Owais Riaz who’s based in Pakistan and works in advertising.

Apparently, Riaz’s inspiration was nothing more than how shit the year has been and it’s not being used commercially.

Riaz shared the design on  Reddit’s r/DesignPorn channel, where it was hailed by users as “literally the design of the year”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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