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Summary: The fictitious brands that are created for movies could often be mistaken for real-world companies: but which of these iconic fabricated company logos would you
Wherever you look on the high-street, big brands are everywhere, with their ever-present logos even finding their way onto people’s clothing, essentially transforming human beings into walking advertisements for a company’s wares: from coffee to cola, sports teams to software houses, there are plenty of individuals out there who are happy to pay for a t shirt in order to give their favourite brands some free advertising!
If you love movies and would like to bring a little piece of the worlds that are created on the silver screen into your life, a perfect way of doing this is to grab a brand logo t shirt for a fictitious company that only exists in the realm of cinema.
Let’s take a look at three of the coolest fictional brands from the world of movies…which would you choose?
The dystopian vision of 2019 Los Angeles that was created in Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi masterpiece might not be a place that you’d like to reside in, but, for fans of the movie, the Tyrell Corporation stands out as an iconic fictional brand whose logo is definitely worthy of being emblazoned upon a t shirt!
The mega-corporation’s slogan: ‘more human than human’ relates to the company’s goal of striving to create ever more advanced artificial life-forms, which could be virtually indistinguishable from the real thing and it too, makes great t shirt slogan material!
For anyone who grew up in the 80s, this iconic movie was a sensation, with plenty of spin-offs and merchandise being created following its release in 1984;
The classic comedy film followed the adventures of a team of parapsychologists who set up a ghost extermination/disposal business to tackle a rise in paranormal activity in the movie’s version of New York City.
This brand featured heavily in the 1988 movie which made Bruce Willis an action superstar overnight: the film’s plot revolves around a group of international criminals who take hostages (including the hero’s wife) in an attempt to disguise an ambitious heist as a terrorist attack.
The villains’ goal was to break into the vault which was present in the fictitious ‘Nakatomi Plaza’ building, in order to steal $640 million of bearer-bonds, however, they didn’t count on New York City Police.
Department Detective John McClane, who (it goes without saying,) almost single-handedly saves the day!
A unique, Japanese-art inspired corporate logo was created for the fictitious Nakatomi Corporation brand, which would not look out of place in the lobby of any real-world massive office: and would certainly stand out on a t shirt design!