The power of two dots


This came via the ever wonderful Boing Boing – and shows the power of adding two small dots to the Russian logo…..



12 comments on “The power of two dots

  1. Anonymous says:


  2. Evan says:

    Haha. “Russia! Home of the big bad puppy!”

  3. fotoflex2013 says:

    Very good! I also like how the bear is angry, but the puppy seems to be smiling.

  4. Eddie says:

    These Russians are crazy.

  5. Emanuel Chester - Mystery Entertainer says:

    Switch from positive to negative silhouette by virtue of 2 dots… awesome to see our minds at work, trying to recognise faces and danger.

  6. Alma says:

    Could be a mean-looking bear with 2 spots on his nose. Or 2 flies.:-) Maybe that’s why he’s feeling mean. 🙂

  7. Cute doggie carrying a huge haggis!!

  8. Natalie says:

    The two dots also look like a nose so the original nose becomes a mouth and the line underneath becomes a chin. I like the puppy best.

  9. Miss Chili says:

    But then what becomes of the multicoloured shadows? The stripes could be a Doctor Who reference, but what of the ear shapes at the top?

    As for the haggis suggestion, it’s a _happy_ dog! If there is haggis anywhere nearby, this dog would not be happy any longer. (Okay, I know the way dogs work, as I’ve had more than a few go through my life. Haggisphobia is my problem! 😀

  10. stevewado says:

    Now it’s a small happy dog. With a whopping great bear behind him.

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