Sign Salad Loves: July 2017

3 July 2017 | By Sign Salad

As another calendar page is folded into a paper airplane to drift off on the warm summer air, it’s time for our round-up of stories we’ve been reading in the signs over the last month…


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  • Was Huey Lewis right when he sang “It’s hip to be square”? The Ringer gives us the inside edge on the online squares vs. circles debate.

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  • Novelist Ruuman Alam ruminates on what working in advertising brought to his approach to writing.

  • Hear the beautiful cross-brand promotional harmony as Gorillaz team up with E.On for a solar powered music video (vol. 2 Coming soon.)

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  • And lastly, proving that in advertising, bigger has always been better: archaeologists have discovered an ancient Egyptian billboard.

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