Artist Tom Galle Makes Weapons Out Of Corporate Logos

Whether we like it or not, there are some corporate logos so ubiquitous that they creep into our subconscious. In his latest series, artist Tom Galle, known for his clever work that blurs lines between brands and people, takes famous brand emblems and fashions them into weapons.

Galle transforms the Facebook emblem into a crowbar, McDonald’s golden arches into a brass knuckleduster, and Nike’s iconic swoosh into a razor-sharp blade.

More info: Tom Galle, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: highsnobiety)





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