Web 2.0 Logo Creatr Climbs to #15 on BlogPulse

This is a hilarious and painfully accurate parody of the unique world of Web 2.0 logos…although we’re missing lime green here. The Web 2.0 Logo Creatr by Alex P. has created a small frenzy on the web and managed to climb to # 15 on the latest BlogPulse analysis report.

When asked why he created this site (by himself in a mock interview), Alex P. responded with, “This is meant to be a parody of Web 2.0 Logos. While they are pretty cool, they are all kinda the same. It was created as a joke, not a serious logo maker. But feel free to use it to make a logo.”

A couple of months ago I wrote a short piece that linked to a series of Web 2.0 logo compilations on flickr, Web 2.0 from a Designer’s Perspective. Wow, notice the striking resemblance? It just fits right in the mix doesn’t it?

Tags: Web 2.0, logo, PR 2.0, web2.0, pr2.0, creatr, blogpulse, flickr

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