Back to the drawing board! From drinks marketed as having ‘zero taste’ to toilets aimed at ‘elderly pregnant children’, FEMAIL brings you hilarious graphic design fails
As every business knows, advertising is the key to success – with the marriage of text and images vital to selling a design.
Sometimes though, it’s all lost in translation – and carefully-crafted graphic designs, posters and pictures don’t quite get the intended message across.
Taken from Bored Panda, these hilarious marketing messages certainly leave a lot to be desired. Indeed, they show how it’s actually very easy to plant the wrong idea in people’s minds – all you need is a lack of attention to detail or wrong font choice.
From a salon boasting that it ‘cuts’ girls, men and children, to a glass of orange juice advertising milk, here FEMAIL rounds up some of the most bizarre graphic design fails…
That’s not possible! This sign doesn’t convey what it intends to
The designers of this soda probably didn’t mean to give the impression that it had zero taste but yes, they managed to
This poster is meant to celebrate diversity, inclusion and engagement however it seems to promote something else entirely
Bin this design! This company probably didn’t mean to call all of its employees trash, yet it managed to give that impression with this sign
Own goal: It might not be the best advertising in the world to say that you cut girls, men and kids…
Shoppers pointed out that it’s probably best not to advertise apples with a Disney character who died from eating a poisoned one
Why this shop decided to welcome people with a cheerful sign on the exit door is an eternal mystery
Viewers of this strange picture decided the reflection was deliberately wrong, just so a story could be told about a character called Leon
Those who saw the advert for this camping mat quickly pointed out that the man in the picture was using it wrong
Even those with limited geographical knowledge should spot the obvious, that Texas does not occupy the whole of North America and Canada isn’t an island
Milk is typically white and from a cow but not in this signage
Gyms frequently use motivational soundbites but these ones seem to make no sense at all, especially the one that encourages people to hit themselves
Viewers of this sign suggesting coffee and doughnuts go together were quick to point out the pieces don’t actually fit
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