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Last Bummer Records

Not an elaborate project, but nice to see a bit of wit.

Last Bummer Records logo

Last Bummer Records logo

Last Bummer Records logo

Last Bummer Records logo

Designed by Manhattan-based High Tide, for Last Bummer Records.

High Tide’s Ariel Stark-Benz (partnered by Danny Miller) said he got the stamp made for about $12 by Rubber Stamps, Inc. in New York. Bargain.

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4 appreciated comments

  1. I love this. Really funny, and the stamp gives it a totally indie feel.

  2. Definitely a fun and witty solution. The mark works so well as a pattern. I also love the stamp treatment. The logo looks great in one color too. Very versatile.

  3. I would say this accomplishes what every good logo design should set out to do. Its clean, fun, simple and communicates a lot of about the brand very directly.

  4. This is quite witty, but I wonder what type of labels are managed by them. For some reason, I don’t get Record label from this.

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