Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Bulldog 20th Anniversary T-shirt

Updated on April 9th, 2010  |  
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Designed by Bulldog | Country: Malta

“Over the years, our company has been very comfortable with presenting a witty face to the world – from our choice of name to the imagery that people associate with Bulldog.

We developed this visual pun to commemorate our 20th anniversary on February 10th, 2010. The piece fuses a crossword puzzle with our logo to create a playful visual shorthand for what Bulldog has done over the last 20 years.

The starting place for this solution was a concise thank you message from a happy client – the crossword puzzle graphic just seemed to manifest itself. Finding branding related terms to fit in the spaces was rather more challenging.

It was used on commemorative posters and limited edition T-shirts, packaged in labelled, PVC containers.”

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Designed by Bulldog | Country: Malta

“Over the years, our company has been very comfortable with presenting a witty face to the world – from our choice of name to the imagery that people associate with Bulldog.

We developed this visual pun to commemorate our 20th anniversary on February 10th, 2010. The piece fuses a crossword puzzle with our logo to create a playful visual shorthand for what Bulldog has done over the last 20 years.

The starting place for this solution was a concise thank you message from a happy client – the crossword puzzle graphic just seemed to manifest itself. Finding branding related terms to fit in the spaces was rather more challenging.

It was used on commemorative posters and limited edition T-shirts, packaged in labelled, PVC containers.”

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bulldog3

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