posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 11:14 PM
Most any logo is expected to be symmetrical. As it has been shown in studies people find things that are "un-symmetrical" to be more ugly or
unpleasing. Even more so for OCD types. I suppose a Pyrimid shape also gives a feeling of "stability". For instance when people stack books they
usually will stack them in this way for balance, but I doubt they do so because of any occultic influences...it just makes sense to do so.
Logo makers are very concerned with making an image that represents stability, and that is attracitive.
I'll wager you could use a triangle a square, or circle and get the same results.......symmetrical objects can always line up with symmetrical
If you really want to see something nefarious in logos and advertising, look into the coke bottles shape...and old 1950's-60's liquor adds that did
in fact use hidden subliminal images of death and sex in them.....there's plenty of material out there on that. It wasn't against the law and the
reason for hiding sexual images was obvious, but there was a beleif that people who loved to drink had a hidden death wish, which is why they would
sneak skulls in the smoke and ice cubes etc.
With photoshop there's all sorts of things out there, usually just the artists personal humor or inside jokes....or just seeing if they can get it
past the editor.
[edit on 10/7/2008 by ForkandSpoon]