Brexit Party’s Logo Has Internet Splitting Its Sides Over Ominous Hidden Clue
By Mikelle Leow, 30 Apr 2019
Image via Christopher Elliott / Shutterstock.com
The Brexit movement has left many around the world confused, not only because of their insecurity of what’s in store but also because of the brandings it has inspired.
Previously, social media users were divided over the BBC’s baffling logo dedicated for Brexit coverage. They now look to the main player, the Brexit Party, itself, as its campaign also hides some questionable design decisions that may or may not spell out what is to come.
A tweet by Joan Pons Laplana—NHS nurse and East Midlands European Parliament candidate for Change UK—has made its rounds due to an epiphany that she struck upon: that the arrow in Brexit Party’s logo looks more like “a house that’s fallen over.”
Laplana elaborates that the symbol could be a “clear metaphor” for the outlook for Great Britain.
Now that you see it, the graphic’s message appears to be pretty glaring, and would be especially so for those in the opposite camp.
Once you notice the @brexitparty_uk logo is a house that's fallen over, you can never unsee it. 😳— #HelloMyNameIsJoan #NHSLove #FBPE 🇪🇺 (@RoaringNurse) April 28, 2019
It’s a clear metaphor of what will happen to Great Britain if people vote for them in next #EUElections2019 pic.twitter.com/0AavX5ro0n
[via Joan Pons Laplana, images via various sources]
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