Sign Salad Loves: September 2016

13 September 2016 | By Sign Salad

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

  • Amy Adams digs into the field of xenolinguistics in the trailer for the forthcoming Arrival.

  • The Atlantic investigates the long term impact of some forward thinking marketing by Subaru.


  • JCDecaux’s advertising screens put art in the public eye with new Portrait of Britain exhibition, asking: what is the face of Britain today?



  • A look into the multi-faceted meaning of stars


  • And finally, the NFL anthem controversy prompts an investigation of the codes of protest.


Got a semiotic story to share with us? Tweet it @signsalad. See you in October, for our next monthly instalment on the semiotic delights catching our eye.

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