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Posters give a minimalist spin to your favorite TV show

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 8th 2009 2:02PM
Two and a Half Men posterHow would you like to buy some modern, minimalist posters for your favorite TV shows? Now you can, from Blanka.

Some of them work beautifully, some don't (the Heroes and Mad Men posters are a bit disappointing). Besides this very, very clever Two and a Half Men poster, I've picked a couple of my favorites and they're after the jump.

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What if TV title cards told the truth?

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 28th 2008 7:04PM

Warning: what follows might be a little NSFW (yet really funny).

We review a lot of shows here at TV Squad, and the writers and readers often pick out something in the show that we don't like (even if we love the show in general). So what if the title cards/logos of each show actually told the truth, letting you know what the show is like even before you watch it?

Well, as you can see from the Heroes title card above, we find out that nobody ever dies on the show (or at the least, if they do they can come back to life). This is one of the things wrong with the show, even if I still love it. If no one ever really dies then where's the risk?

After the jump, some more logos from your favorite show that tell the truth. I especially like the one for Mad Men. Someone should make a t-shirt with that on it.

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Who has the best and worst reality show logos?

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 17th 2008 5:43PM

Hell's Kitchen logoWell, here's a rather quirky idea for an internet list/slide show: who has the best and worst logos when it comes to reality shows?

The Chicago Tribune picks the good and the bad. They really get into it, talking about why certain fonts don't work (or do work), why the angle of the Project Runway logo is all wrong ("the logo grows out horizontally and vertically, more like a plane than a runway"), and even why The Real World logo is perfect. I don't think they've even changed the logo in the 20 seasons the show has been on the air. (Note: I'm not sure if this is also in the print edition of the Chicago Tribune or not, but online the logos look terrible, at least on my screen.)

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