Sign Salad Loves: March 2016

7 March 2016 | By Sign Salad

What we’ve been reading in the signs this month…

New daily publication the New Day translates the codes of digital news media into the print space with listicles, quizzes, and large format imagery:


Always’ #LikeAGirl campaign puts forward the case for greater gender equality among emojis:


Dulux unites with Olympic hopeful Katarina Johnson-Thompson to promote their (hopefully prescient) colour of the year, ‘Cherished Gold’:


Overdrive merges a childhood classic with mobile gaming. Where is the game – in the physical world, or the digital space?


And our  neighbour Robert Opie’s Museum of Brands re-opens in Ladbroke Grove, providing the perfect accompaniment to your next visit to Sign Salad Towers!


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