Now Do You See It?

I’ve been pointing this out to people ever since I learned about it in my college graphic design class 20 years ago.

I’m amazing how many people still have never seen the arrow.

A common response after pointing out the arrow is, “Wow! So that arrow is deliberate?”

Yeah, you see, graphic design is about composition. Negative and positive space working together to activate the page or the screen you’re looking at, making you an active part of the message decoding…. ah, nevermind, you don’t care.

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