Sign Salad Loves: May 2016

4 May 2016 | By Sign Salad

What we’ve been reading in the signs over the last month…

  • Japanese letting agent Suumo teams up with the hermit crab to prove their credentials as finders of the perfect home. Enjoy:

  • Notions of identity cause a stir among the gaming community…


  • The BBC investigates the subtle semiotic messages of art in the background of contemporary politics:


  • Pronto Café beautifully communicates the role of coffee in contemporary culture:


  • And we’ve seen the kite as a vehicle for hope, aspiration, and escapism in the Rocinha neighborhood, Rio.


Keep watching the signs; see you next month…


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