Skip to comments.The Power & Danger of Iconography
Posted on 03/24/2010 9:49:12 PM PDT by Windflier
Barack Obama ran an unprecedented Presidential campaign - utilizing the power of design to help secure the seat of the President of the United States of America.
However, his iconic emblem, the ever present "O", holds more power than even Obama knows. Bill Whittle points out the dangers of branding an ideology with an icon and how, perhaps, the powerful symbol will be used against the very man it built up.
the right has locked doors to material and ideas whereas with the left any dumbass is received by a certain dumbass
where they filter the dumb and market the ass
Democrat donkey logo + Obama logo = Ass O ?
I have no earthly idea what you intended to communicate, but I’m thinking that your tagline may provide a clue:
“Consumer Of Confiscated Liquers Czar”
Liquer is the european version, we want the world and as the above written it wasn’t intended , it was communicated
Have a good night....cap...
ditto and dislocated North
Texan as well
“Dislocated North Texan”?
Dang, sorry to hear that. When you comin’ back?
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