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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Update

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas
I'm excited.
(via /Film)


U-S-A! U-S-A!
(9gag)

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Idiot Struggles To Break Guitar On His Head

(via Barstool)


Trim
Though it should be called "Grow"


"Tom Offer-Westort goes from bald man to mountain man in 38 seconds. All the hair belongs to Tom."
(via Neatorama)


Harry Potter Album Covers






Probably my favorite:
(via 9gag)


Michelle Bachmann's Eyes made Newsweek!
The rest of her also made an appearance.
(via the entire internets)


A Gollum Wedding

(via Neatorama)


Re-designed Budweiser Can
"First brewed in 1876, Budweiser is one of the best-selling beers in the United States and probably one of the most recognized beers here and abroad. Budweiser is the flagship brand of Anheuser-Busch, that reportedly holds a 48.3 percent share of U.S. beer sales to retailers. This past Wednesday, Budweiser announced a new can design — the 12th redesign since 1936 when it began using them — focused on the “Budweiser bowtie” which, according to this explanatory diagram was created as a symbol to encourage people to order the beer by its full name, instead of just by “Bud”. The new packaging was designed by London-based JKR. (So much for the “All-American” beer)."
"Our refreshed packaging design gives Budweiser an updated look, which dramatizes the iconic Budweiser bowtie and incorporates the brand hallmarks that loyal Budweiser drinkers will recognize and appreciate.
— Press Release
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Totally agree with this assessment:
"I have always loved Budweiser’s can and bottle labels: the busyness, the wordiness, the medallion-ness. Totally over the top but very restrained. And highly recognizable with that striking red and blue on white. The new can has lost pretty much all of that beautiful contrast. The blue is nearly all gone leaving the can mostly red, now with yellow taking on as a secondary color and just some small fields of white coming through. The bowtie element… I don’t drink Budweiser so I haven’t spent hours philosophizing about its design while I drink (as I usually do when I do drink beer) but I had never associated the bowtie with Budweiser. It’s not in any of the previous cans. So it seems a weird thing to be building the brand around."

Seriously, where did the bowtie come from??
(via Brand New)

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