As a studio of artists creating brands for businesses and products, it occurrred to us that these projects are works of art. Not because they are so great (although we would tell you they are), but because logos use symbolism, color and composition to project a mood or evoke a feeling. And brands connect a message with these visuals to create a complete experience. What else is great art other than a memorable experience of some kind? It isn't always good or bad, but it is always interesting and inspiring and sometimes even life-changing. Imagine if people wanted to see your logo or product as badly as they want to see the Mona Lisa. Not possible? Wouldn't you want to see Everything Leonardo Da Vinci made, including marks for local businesses? Artists were the original graphic designers, typographers and art directors who crafted ads with beautiful women and evocative scenes to sell products. Visual storytelling is in the DNA of graphic design and branding. An artist makes any work conscious of its historical context, message and competitors and this romantic process is now being sold by corporate agecies as "strategy" and "methodology". Posters and ads painted by Henry Louise-Lautrec and others are in Museums and galleries now and although we cannot promise your next ad or logo will be in a museum one day, the chances are much higher than if you decide to use 'The Best Communications Agency". So use WorstofallDesign.com and get yourself a masterpiece.