When it comes to building a successful brand, it's critical to create a logo that's distinct, eye-catching, and grabs people's attention, unless you're working with the TSA, in which case, it just needs to grab their junk. For forgettable designs the TSA can't touch, check Horrible Logos.
Created by a SoCal web designer determined to lampoon the internet-only chop shops undercutting legit design firms, HL peddles uproariously abominable $5 hand-drawn custom logos (sketched in 5min or less) that're guaranteed to suck and boast "the worst possible style and quality" -- a statement which immediately prompted a cease and desist letter from Ed Hardy's lawyers. Tacky eye-catching etchings run the gambit from one for Hot Damn TV that depicts the letters HD devilishly styled with satanic horns/pointed tail, to the simply stated bubble-lettered word "Influence" with a curvy arrow circling below it, to a more attention-grabbing police-sketch-esque depiction of a mustachioed man's face inside a heart entitled "I Heart Karl Wiggins", which further proves the commonly held theory that IT professionals in Tuscaloosa, AL have all the fun. For more auditory learners, they've just rolled out horrendous, almost-Ke$ha-quality, $10 Horrible Jingles replete with noobish synth/bad-drum-machine beats fronting cringeworthy vocals that include timeless classics like the "Peruvian-flute-meets-room-full-of-crickets" DJ Trackhead, an out-of-tune crooner vocally depicting the virtues of Bloody Marys, and one for a creative collab workspace called Gangplank in which an accordion-flanked pirate voice invites you over for "rum and punch", also what CT calls a good night in Marina Bay.
For the most awesomest jingle since N'Sync demanded their babyback ribs, be sure to scroll down for a ridiculous, nothing-like-Biggie-Smalls rap for Frank Stallone's favorite email newsletter, which rocks a "highly effective search feature," also what the TSA uses to rifle through your junk.