Nine Inch Nails logo used by Canadian politicians for new campaign

Premier Rachel Notley, Mayor Iveson and Mayor Nenshi's surname initials spell out 'NIN'

Politicians in Canada have adopted the logo of industrial-rock band Nine Inch Nails for a new political campaign in the country.

The logo is being used by Rachel Notley (the Premier of Alberta), Don Iveson (Mayor of Edmonton) and Naheed Nenshi (Mayor of Calgary), whose surname initials make up ‘NIN’.

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As revealed on Twitter, the trio have printed t-shirts with the logo, along with the names Notley Iveson Nenshi and their slogan “Building Alberta Together”. See below.

Responding to criticism from individuals on social media, Nenshi wrote: “Of course it’s lame. That’s why it’s funny.”

Alberta’s Notley also sells t-shirts with “Notley Crüe” on the front.


Meanwhile, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor recently listed his home for sale with a price tag of $4.495 million (nearly £3 million).

The modern-style property was built in 1966 and is situated in the Beverly Crest neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California. The five-bedroom house includes “a sound-proofed media studio, retracting French doors that open the kitchen to a dining patio area, a balcony with a fireplace, an illuminated stone wall, an infinity edge pool, a lawn and an outdoor fireplace”.

Reznor originally purchased the house for $4,187,500 in 2007.