Your company’s logo is the face of your company; it’s a reflection of your identity, your niche and uniqueness. It’s the first thing that clients notice and give them the first impression about your business. Some logos are widely recognized around the world even if the name of the company is written in a different language. Here are the “before and after” of 10 international famous logos:
Towering Transformers, life-sized Marvel superheroes and extraterrestrial lifeforms - a 'House of Steel Robots' in Thailand has made a name for itself by transforming scrap metal into dazzling sculptures inspired by Hollywood blockbusters. Ban Hun Lek, an hour's drive north of Bangkok, has become a popular weekend spot for families eager for Instagram selfies against a backdrop that looks plucked from the silver screen, according to AFP. Visitors to Phairote Thanomwong's welding workshop gaze up at eight-metre-high sculptures modelled after the robots of the Transformers franchise and a jet-black King ...
Hit by high unemployment, a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases, and reimposed coronavirus curbs, Israelis have taken to the streets in almost daily demonstrations against the government. Public anger has been compounded by corruption allegations against Netanyahu, who went on trial in May for bribery, fraud, and breach of trust - charges he denies. Hundreds gathered outside the prime minister's residence calling for Netanyahu's resignation. Police allowed demonstrations to take place but took action against unauthorized "disturbances," including road blockages. They used water cannons to disperse demonstrators around Netanyahu's residence ...
Turkish handsome actor Can Yaman is co-starring in his 2020 hit series Bay Yanlış "Mr. Wrong", playing the role as Özgür Atasoy, along with actress Özge Gürel as Ezgi İnal. Yaman has been promoting for the series since the beginning of filming by sharing multiple posts with his 6.6 million followers on Instagram. Check the footage that Can liked the most and posted on social media.
Turkish handsome actor Can Yaman is co-starring in his 2020 hit series Bay Yanlış "Mr. Wrong", playing the role as Özgür Atasoy, along with actress Özge Gürel as Ezgi İnal. Yaman has been promoting for the series since the beginning of filming by sharing multiple posts with his 6.6 million followers on Instagram. Check the footage that Can liked the most and posted on social media.
Pruning scissors in hand, Syrian pistachio farmer Fadi al-Mahmoud inspected his orchard, hoping for his first harvest after years of war, as nearby army de-miners swept the ground for buried explosives. "I will be fine as long as my orchard is fine," said the 40-year-old, who returned to his village of Maan in the north of battle-scarred Hama province only months ago, after years of displacement, according to AFP. The region, long a centre of Syria's famed pistachio production, was controlled for years by jihadists and rebels, but it fell ...
In Sanaa, members of the minority group known as "Muhamasheen" -- literally the "Marginalised" -- live in dismal conditions in densely populated slums. There is debate over the ethnic origins of the communit. Black Yemenis -- who make up between two and 10 percent of the population, according to various estimates -- have long struggled to survive, confined as they are to low-paying jobs like street sweeping or collecting garbage. They count among the poorest of the poor in the Arab world's most impoverished country blighted by more than five ...
Bangkok is a splendid mix of traditional and modern juxtapositions and influences, a bustling hub of surprises. Not even the revered Buddhist temples, or wats, escape the thin line of contrasts and contradictions. Here, we take you inside the famous Beckham Temple. Wat Pariwat, also known as "the David Beckham Temple", is decorated with statues of superheroes and comic characters as well as mythical and imaginary creatures. A golden-plated sculpture of the English football player holding the base of a Buddha statue in one of the buildings gives the temple ...
Wandering Cairo’s bustling streets, Zeinab was struggling to survive by selling tissues when the coronavirus left her even more vulnerable, along with thousands of other homeless people and street children. The only good news was that, amid the pandemic fears, physical violence against the destitute has declined, Zeinab told AFP at a mobile shelter for the poor in Abbassiya, a working-class district. “People attack us less because they are afraid,” she said. But with fewer people in the streets, “we have less work and less money,” added the young woman, ...
Manhattanhenge Is Back! It only happens twice a year over four days. It’s perhaps the ultimate natural urban phenomenon. Manhattanhenge is an astronomical event that occurs every year before and after the summer solstice. The annual event is a series of four evenings where the sun perfectly aligns with New York City's street grid, and New Yorkers congregate in intersections to capture it. The grid of Manhattan offers great views of this astronomical event from as far south as 14th street to as far north as Washington Heights. As long ...