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Proof the other ten percent is worth watching YouTube Editor edited Spiffy Pictures videos here.

Ever since Siiva Gunner became practically a subculture, there had been active attempts by the other ten percent of those interested in Vanity Plate parodies to somehow apply the concept to vanity plates. Early channels such as C Iosing Logos HD had tried, but just replicating Siiva's formula. The new type of rip had to be different. But how.


Enter a YouTuber by the name of Daniel Walterbury, who ripped logos in a Vaporwave-esque 80s and 90s nostalgia themed style with much jokes about bylines and company ownership. His style unlike anything in Siiva's field, caught on and spawned many imitators, practically forming a new type of remix culture altogether.



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