This is the logo for the Cleveland Browns football team. It is a football helmet; everyone can see that. But if you cropped it in a certain way, as Fox Sports did for the Christmas Day game against Green Bay, you lose that context and it looks like something else.
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Christmas thoughts by Megan: At first I was like “WTF is that on the score bug for the Browns? A rabbit using a walker?” and then realized that the helmet blends into the background color. Though, rabbit using a walker is close maybe. *lifts glass* pic.twitter.com/kHRWtCADGt
— Megs (@YankeeMegs) December 25, 2021
The Browns’ logo looks like a chocolate bunny pushing a cart. I’m probably the only one who sees this. 🐇 🏈 pic.twitter.com/5QE8zsn5Wh
— David Tarkington (@davidtark) December 25, 2021
No, you weren’t the only one who saw it. Far from it. It’s definitely a bunny rabbit, but people are split on whether it is pushing a shopping cart or using a walker. The difference may have to do with one’s experience with such devices. This is a prime example of pareidolia, when we see a familiar pattern in an image that is not necessarily there. In the Browns’ logo, the cropping took away the most important element of a helmet- it’s head shape. The helmet being the same color as the background doesn’t help. What was left was a jumble that our brains needed to make sense of. See more of these Tweets at Design Taxi. -via Digg
(Top image credit: Erik Drost)