“We Don’t Need Your Internet!”: A Designer Imagined What the Logos of Famous Companies Would Look Like if They Stayed in Russia
According to Václav Kudělka: “As a graphic designer, I am very aghast by the existence of Uncle Vanya (fake Russian McDonald’s) or a Rossgram (duplicated Instagram), which cannot be considered anything other than obvious plagiarism.
This bizarre case inspired me to create a series called “We don’t need your internet!”, where I show how the world’s most famous social networks and websites might look under Russia’s efforts to distance itself from the Western world combined with national pride.
Also, check out my previous post where I recreated logos of the brands that are boycotting Russia.”
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