Back in the early 1990s there was a satirical sketch comedy show that aired across TV3 (now Three) and TVNZ - Issues (preceded by 1990: The Issues, More Issues and Bumper Issues).
Produced by Isambard, Issues poked fun at current events, politics, sport, pop culture and the media as well as impersonations of well-known Kiwi broadcasters such as Judy Bailey, Richard Long, Paul Holmes, Lindsay Perigo, Anita McNaught, Joanna Paul, Belinda Todd and Bill Ralston.
What if Issues, More Issues and Bumper Issues had logos inspired by Pokémon?
Is that the ‘e’ from Pokémon?
@Tane04 Yes. In my opinion graphic artists from all over the world create their own customised designs in the style of Pokémon and other brands, although they are mock.
I think ‘inspired by’ and ‘blatantly ripping off’ are two different things.
@OnAir @nztv @TV4 @theGradyConnell @NaruTVMock @medianz Yesterday (31 October) was my birthday and here’s a parody of Paddy Gower Has Issues, a current affairs/comedy programme that screens on Three, although it’s only a mock design.
That parody was sent to me on social media by my good pal Dan Lake (aka Dan News), who is based in Sydney.
10 News First 80’s style:
Cute idea, needs more city action shots though.
I preferred the old ABC ONE, ABC TWO, ABC THREE look than ABC, ABC Plus/Kids and ABC Me with multichanneling
I recently made up my own late night music video show on Channel 9 that’s sorta like Rage and MTV called The Plug with James Elmer (former ABC ME presenter) on the Mock Schedules thread. so I wonder if there is a logo for my late night music program.
Sounds like an interesting concept.
Any basic ideas of how you would like it to look (colours, font style, symbols, caps/no caps, etc)?
I would like it to make it look red, look ITC Avant Garde, look cooler with a headphone jack icon, and make it look uppercase.
What if the old (and NZ’s own) Mitre 10 logo had brought back to life but with a ‘modern image’ feel compared to the current one (in real life)?
“Good on you, Mitre 10 - together we’ve done it again!”
The M reminds me of the old Triple M radio logo - although maybe that’s just the style of the time period?