Clif Dickens, a graphic designer from Nashville, started the Honest Slogans website, which re-imagines corporate logos to « honestly » portray their goods and services, off the back of a running joke with his friends about how waitresses always asked if Pepsi was okay every time he asked for a Coca-Cola.
His redesigned Pepsi logo kicked off the Honest Slogans blog in 2011. Dickens stresses they are for « entertainment purposes only » and told us in 2013 that while some may come across as « harsh, » he hopes even employees of the brands he satirizes will see the blog as « tongue-in-cheek. »
We’ve picked out some of the funniest latest additions to the Honest Slogans blog.
Aaron Taube contributed to an earlier version of this post.
HBO Go: « Hoping your ex-roommate’s ex-girlfriend’s stepbrother won’t change the password »
Taco Bell: « Also open when you’re sober. »
Amazon: « Priming us to never leave the house. »
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