This is a series of corporate logos reimagined by artist Ben Fellowes with a zombie apocalypse theme. That doesn't make a lot of sense, but I've learned to not ask questions about these things. Mostly because the one time I did ask a question the dude kneed me in the balls. Learn to accept not knowing -- those are words to live by. Plus I might still be able to make babies one day (not that that's a good thing except from a strict child labor standpoint).
Hit the jump for nine more, including Starbucks, Playboy and...more (I forgot and I'm too lazy to look again).
Thanks to Joslyn, who tried to explain to me what the zombified logo that she came up with in her head for McDonalds would look like head but it didn't make a lot of sense and now I don't know how to respond. I'm leaning towards just not.
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Hyundai teamed up with The Walking Dead comic creator Robert Kirkman to create a "Zombie Survival Machine" version of their Elantra Coupe, which will be unveiled at next month's San Diego Comic Con but not available for retail purchase. *eying picture* WELL DARN.
The car was... / Continue →
This is a shot from Map of the Dead, a Google Maps based program that highlights useful information in the event of a zombie apocalypse. You know, stuff like highly populated "danger zones" to avoid, as well as worthwhile stores to loot like gun shops, gas stations, and liquor... / Continue →