Sign Salad Loves: November 2016

7 November 2016 | By Sign Salad

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

  • A new tactile language is showcased in America to help communication for the DeafBlind community.


  • An advertising icon gets a modern reboot in the new Cadbury Milk Tray advert…

  • Hollywood’s gender disparity is broken down in a series of very revealing infographics, courtesy of Polygraph:


  • The cards are not what they seem… can the mysteries of Twin Peaks provide important life guidance? You can now find out with a set of lovingly designed Tarot Cards, featuring the series’ key players.


  • The Scottish Highlands get the soaring CGI treatment in the new Famous Grouse campaign:


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

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