To lighten up the mood this graphic designer chose to review famous logos and adapt them to the new COVID-19 reality.
The world will never be the same. The COVID-19 pandemic is changing everything we know. And while the situation is very preoccupying, creatives around the world are taking on a mission to lighten up the mood and keep us smiling.
Jure Tovrljan, a graphic designer from Slovenia, is one of them. He chose to adapt famous logos from around the world to the new COVID-19 reality. With his work, Jure wanted to bring attention to the safety guidelines we should all follow in order to save lives.
What do you think of his work?
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