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If brands were people: Artist personifies brands, and the results are apt to a T

You have to see how Instagram is as a person

Rachna Srivastava SPIN_occhio 5 June 2018, 4:54 PM
We all know such brand-like people in real life, too, right?

We all know such brand-like people in real life, too, right? Image: Facebook

Consumerism is so ingrained in us that we are often seen as an 'addicted' generation. And everyone's addiction is different. From brand addiction to social media to smoking to a lot of other things, we all have somehow become people who simply can't do without a few things in life.

Pointing that out and personifying the brands of addiction, this artist from Philippines has given it an apt twist. 

Joseph Luna (Esoj Luna) has turned these brands into colourful characters with a lot of layers, and we're wowed by the detailing. Have a dekko:

1. Twitter

Tweet, tweet, notif...

Tweet, tweet, notif... Image: Facebook

2. Facebook

The 'reactive' person in the group

The 'reactive' person in the group Image: Facebook

3. Instagram

#Traveller #Cool #Instatrend #InstaLIT

#Traveller #Cool #Instatrend #InstaLIT Image: Facebook

4. YouTube

Reel-y awesome

Reel-y awesome Image: Facebook

5. Pinterest

Our heart pin-es for it

Our heart pin-es for it Image: Facebook

6. Marvel

Take a closer look at the shadows

Take a closer look at the shadows Image: Facebook

7. Disney

Mickey, Mickey, you're so fine, you blow my mind

Mickey, Mickey, you're so fine, you blow my mind Image: Facebook

8. Microsoft

Windows + L=Life

Windows + L = Life Image: Facebook

9. Spotify

#Spotted

#Spotted Image: Facebook

10. Apple

The not-so-forbidden fruit

The not-so-forbidden fruit Image: Facebook

11. Nike

The shoe-sha about it all is real

The shoe-sha about it all is real Image: Facebook

12. Pepsi

Blue is the dirtiest colour?

Blue is the dirtiest colour? Image: Facebook

13. Coca Cola

Black poison

Black poison Image: Facebook

14. Adidas

Pretty cool, isn't it?

Pretty cool, isn't it? Image: Facebook

15. Converse

The musician's choice...

The musician's choice... Image: Facebook

These are so on-point and somehow real. We can pretty much imagine these brands as people, 'cuz people wearing them/using them behave in a typical manner.  Great work, Esoj. Waiting for more.

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