Yoga and dance classes are great opportunities for people who want to stay fit. But because they are available almost everywhere, people behind such events should be good in inviting people. And yes, using a creative logo helps a lot in the promotion so people would be more curious about what to expect once they join in. Below is a classic example.
“When you see it.” A certain Nestor Diaz wrote on his Facebook account, as the caption of the yoga and dance lessons invitation by Barangay Wack Wack, Greenhills East in Mandaluyong City. As you can see, yoga sessions are held every Wednesday, 5:30 pm, while the dance lessons are held every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 9 am.
According to the invitation, the said events are being held at Wack Wack Social Hall, and are exclusive to Barangay Wack-Wack residents only. Each event is accompanied with the logo, wherein the logo for the yoga appears to be a slim woman on a yoga pose, while the logo for the dance classes appears to be a man and woman dancing.
But wait! Diaz appears to have seen something weird on the dancing classes logo. At first, the commentators on his post thought that he was just promoting the events. And later, some of them noticed what he meant. And yes, I saw it, too. Look closer, and you’ll see a woman wearing a bikini, and revealing her two healthy “assets.”
Well, I’m not sure if the person who created the logo realized what he did, or he did it intentionally to catch attention. I’m not also sure if he’s the original creator of the logo, or he only copied it from somewhere else. But what I’m sure of is that Diaz has very clear eyes. How about you? Did you see it at once? Or do you still need to improve your wild imagination?
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