Thrifting is a craft. You scavenge through piles, boxes and bins of clothes to find something you love, and, when you do, there’s a pretty high probability that it’ll have a logo on it. After all, branding is everywhere. But it’s only three bucks, so you buy it anyways, slightly resenting whatever moose, bird or palm tree lives on your chest forever more.
That’s where Logo Removal Service comes in. A thrifters dream, L.R.S. will remove the logo from your shirt for anywhere between $25 and $45. We know it maybe kind of defeats the purpose of the original price tag, but they don’t just give your shirt a simple extraction. They turn it into a wearable piece of original art.
Priding themselves on never churning out repeats. L.R.S. uses bold colors and unique thread combinations to create a new design in the logos absence. They’ll also take care of stains, marks and tags.
“Our peculiar shapes, which are not words, icons or recognizable images, behave differently than logos do: They invite questions, curiosity and, just maybe, uncertainty,” the company said.
In fact, the company puts so much into their newfound art that they’ll even give live performances, literally turning the removal into an artform.
You can also choose to banish logos from your umbrella, stroller, even automobile. Yep, It looks like it’s time to start cleaning out your closet.