“It’s really the most evocative logo of any band,” said Mash Bonigala, who runs image consulting firm Spellbrand. “By distilling the essence of the band into one single visual reference, the designer was able to create a logo that worked superbly well for 50 years.”
Whole30 is one of many diets that heavily restrict what you eat and claim, with varying amounts of garbage science and armchair anthropology, that by cutting out the more processed parts of your diet, you can improve your quality of life, and also get skinny. I find this frustrating, because I also spew garbage about food and yet I live in a two-hundred-and-eighty-square-foot apartment in Brooklyn in which the ceiling occasionally falls onto the floor after heavy rains. So I have decided to create a diet myself. It’s called The New World Diet™.
“Every day I make,” says Kong, who immigrated to the U.S. from South Korea nearly 40 years ago. “Big and small, large and narrow, wide ones, high ones, low ones, different colors. I can’t remember how many I’ve made—maybe a couple of thousand.” He began making the collages simply to pass the 12 hours a day he spends working in the store, but it quickly blossomed into a passion.