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If hipsters re-designed brands

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If hipsters managed to spare some of their precious time away from discussing Polish movies they haven't seen or composting their vegan mini-meals, they could actually do some good.

A point that's been proved here by designer Dave Spengeler. He 's given a handful of major brands a hipster makeover and the results are pleasing to our weathered eyes.

While we certainly approve of their design skills being utilised in this way, we're not so keen on the thought of hipsters actually running the companies in question. Firstly they'd only be open for two hours on a Tuesday and secondly the staff would all be permanently distracted with whatever haiku they're going to write (in chalk) once their brief shift was over.

So let's just enjoy these logos without thinking about the consequences.

(Images: Dave Spengeler)

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