Design agency pokes fun at London 2012 marketing rules with censored brand tees.


  • 30th July 2012

Featured on The Drum.
Design agency Unreal has created a series of censored brand tees in response to Seb Coe’s comments about fans not being able to wear Pepsi t-shirts at the Olympic Games.
The t-shirts, which black out the logos of London 2012 non-sponsors such as Nike, Burger King and Pepsi, poke fun at London 2012 organisers’ tough stance on ambush marketing.

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