Rovio’s brand art director, Toni Kysenius, gave the “Angry Birds” treatment to a design submitted by Kaseberg parent Jim Espinoza. In the Kaseberg Hawks logos, the bird’s body closely resembles that of Rovio’s Angry Birds, but the face has a number of differences. The new Kaseberg mascot, shown here, has a swoopy gray unibrow rather than two slanted black brows. Its beak is longer and curvier, and it has two rows of pearly white teeth.
Rovio’s brand art director, Toni Kysenius, gave the “Angry Birds” treatment to a design submitted by Kaseberg parent Jim Espinoza. In the Kaseberg Hawks logos, the bird’s body closely resembles that of Rovio’s Angry Birds, but the face has a number of differences. The new Kaseberg mascot, shown here, has a swoopy gray unibrow rather than two slanted black brows. Its beak is longer and curvier, and it has two rows of pearly white teeth. Jim Espinoza
Rovio’s brand art director, Toni Kysenius, gave the “Angry Birds” treatment to a design submitted by Kaseberg parent Jim Espinoza. In the Kaseberg Hawks logos, the bird’s body closely resembles that of Rovio’s Angry Birds, but the face has a number of differences. The new Kaseberg mascot, shown here, has a swoopy gray unibrow rather than two slanted black brows. Its beak is longer and curvier, and it has two rows of pearly white teeth. Jim Espinoza