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What Famous Brands Would Look Like If They Were Insects

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If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like if mother nature’s creatures took on the look of certain well-known brands in all their corporate glory, wonder no more. Malaysia-based design agency, Kickatomic, has come up with a series of graphical insects that take on characteristics of some of the world’s most prominent brands such as McDonald’s, IKEA, MTV and Starbucks, just to name a few.

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Each “insect” is cleverly designed in a way that gels their natural form with elements taken from each brand’s identity, creating some very interesting end results.

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“We did it as sort-of a jab at the branding world. Like, we were wondering how it would feel like if these multi million dollar companies were mere insects? Would they still hold so much power in the world? Would they be a certain kind of bug that held a certain kind of position in the food chain? It all started from there.” Says Kickatomic creative director, Jaemy Choong.

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