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that aria logo is really shittally drawn. looks like a 13 year old, bubble-gum-chewing girl wrote it in her notebook. fuck.
hah. the only one that's okay is "view bar".
HAZE - is dope!
yo, dont hate guys. i only had like 3 weeks to develop that type...
"clean this city up"
Really? If anything it's getting too clean now that's it is—for some fucking reason I can't understand—a family destination. I should be able to gamble, cuss, smoke freely and see naked chicks, all at the same time, without having a ten-year-old and his fat, bible-thumping family walk by.
Vegas should represent pure sin, including decadent food, full-blown tackiness and booze, on all levels. That being said, Aria's not half bad.
whatever man, your mind will open in 15 days
( I would have done better for 500K)
if it creates jobs, i'm all for it.
hey P5, what agency did these?
mono, Vegas hasn't had the "family destination" atmosphere attached to it since the late 90s. It is basically everything you described. There is a lot of sin, violence, taboo, etc. to be had.
... and DUIs too; they're to be had as well.
- still, there's no point in "cleaning it up"monospaced
- there is if you deal with the shit design mentality here. Actually, you're right ... I need to GTFO!Point5
- and I'm not saying clean up the alcohol, strip clubs, etc ... I'm referring more to the overall marketing on aPoint5
- property basis. The LVCVA is the one of the only decent campaigns, and thank god they have deep pockets.Point5
$8.5 billion for those logos huh?
even if they billed $8.5 billion. you know, the designer (that 13 yr. girl) wouldn't had got much.
8.5 billion for a casino?!? that is either a lie/marketing gimmick or a typo.
it's like a dubai that's not in debt
That center traffic circle type entrance reminds me of an airport.
That is a pretty janky website for a vegas hotel.