The Government Revealed The Official Logo For Pakistan's 70th Independence Day And People Are Not Impressed

By Hurmat Riaz | 19 Jul, 2017

So, a couple days ago, Government of Pakistan unveiled the official logo of Pakistan’s 70th Independence Day during a special ceremony at the Pakistan National Council of Arts, Islamabad.


The logo was selected from 400 entries and let’s just say that the design was only able to impress the Government.


The logo is quite “artsy”. It has colors and the number 70 which is quite significant this year. Colors are always good btw. They make you happy.


The winner is a student of School of Arts, Design and Architecture of NUS but the logo’s making people think, “Where’s the design, bro?”


Pakistan Defence got defensive for the ART

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Source: Saga Music


A little more effort would have made it something better, people think

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This one had a scathing critique for the logo designing

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While this person thinks their cat is a better graphics designer

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Jo baat hai

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Awaam ka paisa being spent on such art

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Source: Saga Music


Of course, people blamed it on Nawaz Sharif, thanks Mr. Prime Minister

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There are still some who are appreciating the art but getting trolled in return

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Oh and btw, the winner received 5 laakh rupay for this

5 laakh rupay

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Happy 70th, Pakistan…. less than 30 days to go, folks!

Source: Hum TV Network


What do you think of this logo? Tell us in the comments below.

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