With the premiere of Big Brother 23 coming to CBS on July 7, we’re starting to get into the time when promotion goes into high gear! We’re probably still a week/week and a half out from a major cast reveal at the earliest, but this week, the network has shared their first official key art the all-new season.
In terms of the theme, there’s really not a lot to take away from this. Yet, that doesn’t stop us from asking a TON of questions.
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Take, for example, what’s with the overall aesthetic. We know that this is meant to represent California, or maybe even the area around the Big Brother house. Yet, for a split second you could look at the sky and think this is almost prehistoric.
Also, let’s talk about perspective for a moment. The height of the grass makes the Big Brother logo look rather small in comparison, almost like it’s actually a fairly small stone in a rather large backyard. With this interpretation, Julie Chen Moonves is actually towering over the logo at a distance. She’s holding the key, but where is the house? Or, is she meant to be standing atop of some weird, stone replicate of the house — and if that’s the case, where is the key?
What we’re trying to say here is fairly simple: This key art is totally weird and makes no sense when you think about it. Then again, it’s probably not meant to make a whole lot of sense. Ultimately, it’s just to present a new era of the show following the lukewarm reception to Big Brother All-Stars. If we have a great cast and a fun season, the last thing people will care about is a logo or a poster.
What do you most want to see when it comes to Big Brother 23?
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