Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Today in unfortunate graphic design.

Separately, just a couple of generic jazz dancers. But together, they create boobilicious magic. Even more unfortunate that it's an ad for kids' dance classes. Could be fake, but I choose to believe (via, where you can see more unintentionally sexual logos).

Previously in Logos
Global Warming logos: bad to brainless.
The painted naked body logos of Galderma.
The War on Terror's Terrifyingly Terrible Logo.
The most Douche ever splattered on a polo shirt.


Anonymous thanks for the mammaries BUT said...

I thought the main graphic 'faux pas' of the 'pas de deux' had to do mainly with the rendered female stick figure's ballroom gown rather than a more suitable jazz ensemble.

'boobilicious', thanks for the clue, BUT ENOUGH WITH THE BOOBS ALREADY!!!, it's time to start highlighting other erogenous body parts.

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, this feels like a sexual orientation test.

Speaking as a gay man: focusing my eyes to see a female torso took YEARS. Well, five seconds, but when you're focusing that's years!

5:33 AM  
Blogger mandirv said...

Hahahahaha. I only noticed after reading what you said about the poster.

This is like 'the old/young' lady everyone was shown in high school. Funny that the creators of the poster did not notice, or did they? Hard to tell.

10:11 AM  

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