Architect Reimagines Streetwear Logos For Furniture

Architect Reimagines Streetwear Logos For Furniture
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Architect Dan Brunn recreated the logos of iconic streetwear companies and placed them on benches he designed

Zack Palm
  • 24 august 2017

Los Angeles-based architect Dan Brunn decided to create a collection of benches for which he redesigned the logo of streetwear brands Supreme, BAPE CAMO and Anti Social Social Club. The new logos made by Brunn stay true to the original design, however, they feature new text. Supreme’s altered logo, for example, says “Stupid.”

Brunn put the logos on a bench style from a previous product, the ‘Hedy’ Bench, which he sold for a limited time earlier this year. Brunn did not announce whether or not he plans to sell these benches with the redesigned logos on them.

Dan Brunn

Los Angeles-based architect Dan Brunn decided to create a collection of benches for which he redesigned the logo of streetwear brands Supreme, BAPE CAMO and Anti Social Social Club. The new logos made by Brunn stay true to the original design, however, they feature new text. Supreme’s altered logo, for example, says “Stupid.”

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