Sign Salad Loves: February 2018

5 February 2018 | By Sign Salad

As February opens with the Super Blue Blood Moon, it’s time for our round-up of what we’ve been reading in the signs over the last month…

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  • Dezeen investigates efforts in Eindhoven to use light and scent to create a calmer atmosphere in the city’s nightlife district.

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  • The digital embraces the physical as Nintendo introduces its new, interactive cardboard Labo system.

  • Burger King employs consumer hunger to reveal the hidden issues with the repeal of net neutrality.

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  • Quartz explains the intriguing origins of the two primary global terms for “tea”.

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  • And finally, the BBC look at the “subversive power” of Magritte’s ‘The Treachery of Images’ – a key source of inspiration for our current pipe logo.

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