Index hide1 Designer Tiktoker recreates the Prada logo and shows what it would look like if it were a computer brand.2 The video has 10 thousand reproductions, but the reaction of several Internet users has not stopped, applauding the designer’s work.3 Mr Brander, as he calls himself, has made videos for brands such as Pepsi, Yakult, Bonice, IMSS, among others.
Designer Tiktoker recreates the Prada logo and shows what it would look like if it were a computer brand.
The video has 10 thousand reproductions, but the reaction of several Internet users has not stopped, applauding the designer’s work.
Mr Brander, as he calls himself, has made videos for brands such as Pepsi, Yakult, Bonice, IMSS, among others.
A video posted on TikTok shows how the Prada logo looks like a computer brandCould it be that the brand is changing direction?
It’s no secret that TikTok is the most popular social network at the moment, but not the most used, because Facebook has that title with its more than three billion registered users today.
With more than a billion users, the Chinese social network has even earned the preference of content creatorsa profession that becomes more relevant over the years.
Of course, the boom in social networks opened up a wide range of possibilities for Internet users in general, among which the generation of monetary income stands out.
In that sense, the ByteDance platform serves as a platform for those who seek to publicize their work and, with it, get a company to recruit them.
They show the Prada logo as if it were a computer brand
Currently, in TikTok we can talk about two cases in which this happens; two isolated cases, but that share the same passion: design.
On the one hand, in the United States there is a tiktoker named Emily Zugaywho is in charge of redesigning the logos of some iconic brands, although giving them a different touch.
Their designs are not, in reality, highly creative and even seem to be made by children who are just learning to draw, but that is precisely what has caused a sensation among users and, mainly, among the brands themselves.
According to her own testimony, the case of Emily Zugay began only as a joke content, but that joke got out of control and her videos already have more than 10 million views and she has more than a million followers, in addition that it has already made alliances with several brands.
Now, in Mexico, there is the example of the designer Ernesto Serna Reyes, who calls himself Sr, Brander on the Chinese social network and who, like Emily Zugay, he is dedicated to redesigning the logos of some brands, only that he shows them as if they were luxury brands.
In its repertoire it has videos for brands like Pepsi, Yakult, Bonice, IMSS, among others, gaining, so far, the amount of 336 thousand followers and an accumulated 5.5 million likes among all its contents.
Mr. Brander, my most recent video shows what the Prada logo would look like if it were a brand dedicated to the creation of computers.
As usual, in just 15 seconds he reveals the process of how he works to make his designs and, with them, gain generally positive comments from users.
The video, so far, has 10,000 views, but the reaction of several Internet users has not stopped, applauding the work of the designer and tiktoker, as well as those who ask him to make a particular video.
And it is that, if social networks have generated something, it is, without a doubt, a new way of communicating between users, regardless of where they are.