Dorothy’s logo-inspired art project

Manchester based creative agency, Dorothy, just showed us an ongoing series of paintings it’s working on which display well known logos but with all the type and lettering removed to leave beautiful flat colourful shapes behind….

Manchester based creative agency, Dorothy, just showed us an ongoing series of paintings it’s working on which display corporate logos but with all the type and lettering removed to leave beautiful flat colourful shapes behind.

The self initiated project is entitled You Took My Name and here the designs created so far which are being worked up into acrylic-on-canvas paintings. Can you name all the brands?

See more of Dorothy’s work at wearedorothy.com

 

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