It’s no secret that companies try to trick us all of the time, whether it’s with “new and improved” claims or just bright, shiny packaging. But there are also more subliminal — and clever — ways that they go about hoping to win your brand loyalty.
That’s why some of the world’s biggest companies pay designers, advertisers, and psychologists to dream up creative logos that convey an image you might not initially see — everything from a pair of McDonald’s “breasts” to a font-filled fiesta.
But once you see it, you’ll wonder how you were missing it for so long.
There are wedding dresses, and then there are works of art that take over the Internet and leave everyone swooning, like this airbrushed dress from new bride and artist Taylor Ann Linko.
If you think you’re having a bad day, maybe get in line behind Norwegian photographer and father of three Claus Jørstad, who took to IKEA’s Facebook page to leave what can only be described as an epic (and cringeworthy) account of an unfortunate situation.
He explained that he'd bought the company's Marius chair to put in his shower after a knee injury made it difficult to stand.
The burkini ban in some French coastal towns continues to stoke controversy all over the world. Many people regard the bans, now overturned in certain municipalities, as sexist, Islamophobic and counterproductive to assimilating Muslims into the country and treating them with respect.
Now, Marie-Shirine Yener, who goes by Maeril and is a 21-year-old artist and illustrator from Paris, has created an illustrated guide for bystanders who see Muslims who are being harassed.
It's been shared thousands of times on Tumblr, with more than 50,000 notes and counting, and for good reason.
Meet Nick Huckson, a 25-year-old plumber in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, who is here to teach you a thing or two about how to promote a business.
If you're planning on checking out the Coiling Dragon Cliff skywalk in China, you better be POSITIVE that no one in your group is afraid of heights.
There are certainly “creative” jewelry options out there. Heck, people have been known to even wear their loved one’s ashes.
And now there's something out there for the woman who wants to keep her love of lactation close her, well, breast — jewelry made out of breast milk, one would assume her own.
Few things are coveted in the world of athletics more than an Olympic medal. And while the the symbolic value of them is certainly huge, they have tremendous value as the beautiful creations they are, as well.
Billboards and advertisements have one job — to get your attention and to hopefully get you to buy a product or change your behavior.
But sometimes they catch your attention for a completely different reason, and that’s because they’re placed in an unfortunate position for the advertisers, but fortunate for those of us who need a laugh.
I hope so.
There are numerous examples of disabilities that aren’t necessarily visible to the public eye and those people have been called out for using a handicap parking space or disabled bathroom. It’s unfortunate and frustrating, but it happens.