can interfere with your brain making out the shapes of distorted words, such as on passing highway signs
. Banned from advertising in F1 racing, a major tobacco company that sponsors a team came up with a novel design solution
that may play on this visual effect to an opposite, suggestive effect, depending on the observer. European officials were not amused
, going so far as to call the design "subliminal". Ferrari responded by removing
traces of the design from its cars. Judas Priest
could not be reached for comment. [via
posted by Blazecock Pileon
on May 13, 2010 -
Play the logo game.
If you have any doubts left about the ubiquity of advertising, this quiz should remove them. How many can you get, and in what categories?
posted by fixedgear
on Apr 2, 2005 -
appears to be telling a story
with their logo. Is this a fun and creative way to "extend their brand" (as the marcom kids like to say) or do they need to stop letting their engineers handle their logo design?
posted by jkottke
on May 2, 2000 -