LOGO GLOO GLOO GLOO

I created LOGO GLOO GLOO GLOO as an observatory dedicated to visual symbolic appropriations of brands. I can not stop viewing LOGOS. I am drunk on subjective and collective misuses of copyrighted shapes & colors. Capitalism is a religion without hell and paradise. Contemporary icons are all about goods and services. But branding is mainly symbolic and we don't need money to make it our own. Everybody can draw his version of the swoosh, the golden arches and the apple.

LOGO GLOO GLOO GLOO
by Adrien Guillet ( )
logogloogloogloo@gmail.com

"I've decided something : Commercial things really do stink
As soon as it becomes commercial for a mass market it really stinks."
Andy Warhol


Syndex theme by Marc Kremers
LOGO GLOO GLOO GLOO
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Pascal Rivet / Dartymobile, 2002
Darty car, Renault Express type, painting on wood, 250 x 140 x 180 cm
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Élize Mazac / Nunuche, 2010
collage on paper towel, 24.5 x 20 cm
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Jeremy Scott / Fall-Winter 2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection
NY show
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Présence Panchounette / Bateke (walkman), 1985
exotic wooden statue, metallic fence, walkman & suitcases,  158 x 80 x 55 cm
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Antonain Fourneau / IkeaStation, 2009
installation
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Manfred Pernice / Untitled, 2010
sculture
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Dimitri Tsykalov / American Express, 2009
wool
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Nick Darmstaedter / RedBull Without A Cause, 2012
RedBull can and plaster, dimensions variable
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Hans Haacke / Les Must de Rembrandt, 1986
mixed media
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Jason Guo / Mc China, 2012
 latex on canvas, 275cm x 183cm x 12cm
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François Curlet / Saboosh, 2008
edited by La Chapelle du Genêteil
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Devin K. Kenny / How to become invisible, 2013
free cocktails of a variety of waters
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Callum Morton / The Other Side, 2014
mixed media, dimensions variable
Installation view of the 19th Biennale of Sydney 2014 at Cockatoo Island
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Jason Guo / The Big Cheese, 2014
vinyl, acrylic plastic, mdf, 152cm x 152cm x 17cm
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Larry Rivers / Camel, 1980
screenprint, 37.5 cm x 34.3 cm