& # 39; The Biden logo is stupid! & # 39; Twitter is bursting with ridicule about the new branding of the former vice president, while armchair designers see everything from & # 39; patriotic toothpaste & # 39; to letters that are mutually & # 39; nonconsensually & # 39; to rub
- The Biden campaign logo was quickly shaved on the writers Thursday on Twitter
- Critics saw everything from the Puerto Rican flag to toothpaste and a coffee box from Dunkin & Donuts
- But while Biden fends off the image of sexual harassment, the most stinging criticisms were sexual
- Some users thought his round logo with an & # 39; O & # 39; looked like a chest in the middle
- & # 39; It is a fitting logo because the D is rubbed over the E, maybe not intentionally & # 39 ;, read a complaint
- Others saw three red lines in front of the & # 39; E & # 39; from & # 39; Biden & # 39; and read them like fingers that grabbed sideways to a chest made of the letter & # 39; D & # 39;
- Trump had a similar problem with his first logo, which replaced his 2016 campaign; it seemed that the & # 39; T & # 39; from Trump and the & # 39; P & # 39; of Pence had sex
When Joe Biden launched his presidential campaign on Thursday, professional and amateur graphic designers tore his new logo apart on Twitter.
And while some criticized the font and colors, others snarled that parts of the design looked like parts of the female anatomy.
Among the 76-year-old campaigns of the former vice president, a series of allegations of women are that he mistakenly touched them at public events.
That has given him the mocking nickname & # 39; Creepy Uncle Joe & # 39; and his online antagonists wasted no time changing the name of his campaign – bold blue letters with three flag-like stripes replacing the letter & # 39; E & # 39; – in something sexual.
& # 39; Is it me or do the red stripes look like fingers grabbing a boob? & # 39; Iowa asked conservative blogger David Burge.
Novelist Adam Lane Smith weighed in: & # 39; It is a suitable logo because the D is rubbed over the E, perhaps not intentionally. & # 39;
Referring to a circular version of the logo in which the letter & # 39; O & # 39; slightly above the center, another tweeter saw more of the female form.
& # 39; The Biden logo is stupid, & # 39; he wrote.
An unclaimed Photoshop competition ensued, in which parodies were drawn with Biden-grasping female forms carved from the letters of the logo.
Other tweeters mock the logo designer's decision to change colors in the middle of & # 39; Joe & # 39 ;, making it seem to some that Biden & # 39; s first name & # 39; Jo & # 39; and he may be transgender
& # 39; The logo must be reviewed, unless Biden passes, & # 39; wrote a critic, & # 39; In which case, wow, way to Buttigieg. & # 39;
Pete Buttigieg is a mayor of Indiana who would be the first openly gay American president if he went the distance and defeated Donald Trump.
The & # 39; Jo & # 39; problem of misidentification appears to affect most Biden campaign merchandise, including & # 39; Cup o & # 39; Jo[e]& # 39; coffee mugs and & # 39; bins for Jo[e]& # 39; bags.
Trump's own campaign art became a global cliché after his first logo became the & # 39; T & # 39; van Trump depicted the & # 39; P & # 39; of the surname of vice president Mike Pence.
The apparent alphabetical sexual act quickly became known as the & # 39; Penetration & # 39 ;.
But in the first few hours of Biden & # 39; s official candidacy, his logo was called a riff on a Dunkin & # 39; Donuts coffee box, an eclipse of the Puerto Rican flag and something from a Crest tube.
& # 39; The Joe Biden logo looks like a brand of patriotic toothpaste that will be stopped immediately because of fear that it will aggravate gum disease & # 39 ;, said musician Stevia Nicks.
Not a fan of the former VP, he later wrote that he & # 39;[d]drew out a tweet in which I expressed the wish to strangle Joe Biden to death. … for clarification, I do not want to strangle American presidential candidate Joe Biden to death in any way, with a bicycle lock. & # 39;
Others on Twitter ran into problems on Thursday with the kind of artistic choices that graphic designers make every day, including font choices and the use of a capital letter & # 39; O & # 39; instead of zeros in & # 39; 2020 & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I'm sorry to report that regardless of policy, I can't vote for Joe Biden because I hate the way the 2 & # 39; s look in the font they choose for his campaign logo, & # 39 ; one user who considered himself an & # 39; extremely weird & # 39; person considered. social justice activist.
& # 39; The two look like they have been lifted from a restaurant from a children's menu. F ** k from Joe. & # 39;
Journalist Erik Hinton called the Biden logo & # 39; a tragedy & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Strange alignment and anemic & # 39; 2 & # 39; letter form aside, I am having trouble reading this as & # 39; Joe & # 39 ;, a fairly simple word to parse, & # 39; he wrote. & # 39; Hair [sic] looks like "Jo" skid-marking from image, maybe a decent metaphor for this run. & # 39;
The feminist writer Ashley Fairbanks offered the most corrosive design opinion, just before he complained about a democratic field full of & # 39; mediocre men & # 39; recaptured.
& # 39; The Joe Biden logo is a design hate crime & # 39 ;, wrote Fairbanks.
Pointing out that the BIden campaign has so far contained no slogan, a Twitter user suggested a suggestion that has once again encouraged the sexual harassment scandal.
& # 39; I feel you America & # 39 ;, it said.