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r/sbubby is addicting


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I recently discovered a subreddit called r/sbubby. A post there consists of an image called a "sbubby" in which people take a well-known logo and change the text to something else. This can range from nonsensical gibberish to names of competing companies to silly phrases. Not long ago, I started making sbubbies. Now I'm addicted. I can't stop.
Here are a few of the things I've done for r/sbubby:
frickin sbubby of a tootsie roll.png

So how do you like them? I am absolutely in love with the concept of sbubby art. The people of Reddit seem to appreciate my work quite a lot, but I'd love to hear some feedback from the perspective of an experienced Photoshop artist!


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I'm not familiar with the style, maybe since it's every where in commercials and you actually don't notice it anymore.

Of course you can use PS to make this but I think a vector app like AI of CorelDraw would be easier.

I took a look here sBubby and it looks fun though...
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