Thursday, December 23, 2010
Donald Sterling Expands His War Against Good Taste
We've written plenty in the past about Donald Sterling's newspaper ads, an assault on the eyes and a jumbled, photoshopped mess seemingly created by the world's first-ever blind graphic designer. (A website is even devoted to the offensive ads.)
But rather than be shamed into hiring a designer with elementary computer skills, the Sterling ad team is now mocking us. They appear to be upping the bad, looking to see how far they can thumb their nose at anyone with a modicum of taste.
My favorite cheesy staple of the Sterling ads has to be the fake buildings, complete with half-assed lettering superimposed on the building's front. In case you didn't figure it out by now, there's no real Greek revival-style "Sterling Foundation" building.
Stay classy, Donald Sterling!