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Everyday, we are inundated with logos, symbols, faces, and icons. And we have managed to keep them in the periphery of white noise. This blog explores that idea that despite the distortions, images remain easily recognizable because they are ingrained in our subconscious.
This is a personal exploration:
Here's some examples:
apple coke and child molester? very cool
UH OH.....someones doing a crappy thesis
sad professor is sad
This reminds me of that time I was driving down the highway and it started to pour rain, distorting my view of the highway, but the highway remained easily recognizable because it was ingrained in my subconscious.