QB fashion makeover – helping the RUSA logo get some

Clinical Cyclologist Nina Burkhardt received late last year a note of desperation from the RUSA logo bitterly complaining about negative treatment from other logos in general, lamenting the fact that it had not been laid since that sweet, sweet August in France, 1999. The logo also wrote of having long endured pointing and whispering by others and being the butt end of jokes at all public appearances. Nina perceptive and sensitive as ever suggested that the RUSA logo undergo a glamour makeover under the auspices of the award winning world class folks and fashion arbiters here at QB.

Our crack team of designers, lead by fashion consultant The Artist Formerly Known as Un Dookay (who is a real pain to work with but the results speak for themselves) broke out the head lamps, reflective gear and the ensure plus working round the clock to bring happiness and a high level of self esteem to the RUSA logo.

RUSA logo before and after – Note: Image of glamour makeover of RUSA logo used without permission from Un Dookay (check is in the mail Un Dookay, swear!)

RUSA logo before and after – Note: Image of glamour makeover of RUSA logo used without permission from Un Dookay (check is in the mail Un Dookay, swear!)

Stay tuned for updates on the dating status of the RUSA logo and a chronicle of its intrepid exploits at the local bars near closing time via QB twitter, facebook and linkedin!

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2 thoughts on “QB fashion makeover – helping the RUSA logo get some

  1. Chip Seal

    I have always had an abiding affection for the RUSA logo. For me, there has always been the Michelin Man, that funny way Coca Cola is written on so very many cans and bottles, and the RUSA logo. To learn of its lack of self esteem is painful. Please tell it that I feel it puts the US in RUSA.

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  2. Dusty Rhodes

    The RUSA logo guy? He’s not perfect, but I accept him as he is. And he rides a white bike…what a man!

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