Sign Salad Loves: February 2017

2 February 2017 | By Sign Salad
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As another calendar page turns, it’s time for our round-up of key stories & semiotic insights we’ve been reading in the signs over the last month…

  • We’re eagerly excited by the momentum Women Who Draw has been gathering – all the while, hoping 2017 brings closer a time in which we don’t need a platform for underrepresented female & female-identifying illustrators.


  • Cutting-edge cool or insidious evil? New game The Founder exposes the changing cultural meaning of Silicon Valley.


  • We’re looking forward to Netflix’s new documentary series, looking at the work of some of the most influential contemporary designers.

  • Our friends at Mr. Kipling share the love as they unveil their new pun-tastic seasonal identity.



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