I spent two years doing graphic design at a commercial real estate firm in Chicago, IL. Part of the job involved editing photos of buildings in Photoshop, adding signage and other elements to help potential tenants visualize what the property could look like.
The project involved stitching together photos of an existing Chicago street corner, adding fictitious retail tenants and cleaning up the scene.
I was asked to make the storefronts look like specific retailers; I couldn't use their actual logos, however, so I created parody logos. This was my favorite part of the project.
The original logos are on the left, and the parodies are on the right.
The parody logos were used on the final versions of the renderings, as seen below.