Shoeshine wrote:BBadger, got to say I disagree, but you are right in that this is a minor item at best. My disagreement is aesthetic. TTITD is (for me) a visual spectacle. Anything, especially something this easy to accomplish that adds rather than detracts from the artistic visuals is worth doing. I would love to see every camp a forest of gothic spires, art deco curves, and modernist masses. Is this realistic? fuck no. Does my camp live up to this aspiration? not really. ...but again why discourage the intent?
If this hex yurt were part of an art project, this whole issue of covering up the logos wouldn't be coming up because they would be covered up anyway by the artwork. In this case however, this is not about "artistic visuals" anymore than painting over graffiti.
There are no "artistic visuals" to be had whether there are logos or not. This is a hex-yurt, a structure created specifically for the comfort of the inhabitants. Otherwise, it's just a shiny cube made of construction materials. There's no art going on here. It's not part of an art project. It's a camp object like a car or monkey hut.
Some people like to decorate the logos on their rental trucks. That's great. It's like people who take time to create costumes for the event. However, like costumes, there is no requirement or really any greater purpose to decorating logos or dressing up. Do it if you want to, but don't feel compelled to do it because you think some busybody is going to care.
So why discourage all this? Because the OP could be concentrating on actual
"artistic visuals" rather than wasting time covering up logos people shouldn't be paying attention to anyway (and if they are, tell those people to get a life