Graphic Designer Reilly Combined Fashion Labels with Restaurants and More

 - Apr 13, 2017
References: hypebae
A London-based graphic designer known simply as Reilly, created a variety of remixed fashion logos, which showed recognizable brands blended with iconic chain restaurants, retailers, and more.

For example, Calvin Klein's usually minimalist-looking name was adapted to fit inside of the bright yellow, red, and blue Burger King logo. Dior, on the other hand, was made to look like an athletic brand, as its name was placed above Nike's iconic Swoosh logo.

In order to make the remixed fashion logos work, Reilly made sure that the length of the names at least somewhat matched those that would normally be included in the logos. Due to this, Supreme was transformed into the Subway logo, and Tom Ford was transformed into the YouTube logo.