Anytime you see something that’s out of the ordinary, you’ll have to rub your eyes to make sure what you’re really seeing. Once you see it, you’ll start asking yourself “How did this even happen?”
It can be something funny like bringing a barn animal to class or maybe it can be something unique like secret pathways that you wouldn’t expect to see. There’s a really good chance that what you’re about to see will mess with your mind a little bit.
The logo for the famous ice cream chain envokes a bit of childhood creativity. The fun colors and font seem like a child could have scribbled it on a napkin and that’s why many love it. But no child could have snuck this hidden message in so easily.
The color-blocking adds to the childish style, but look closely and you’ll see the pink is meant to emphasize a “31” for the original 31 flavors that Baskin-Robbins opened with in 1948. It makes sense why, to this day, they still want to emphasize the 31 flavors. They were the first ice cream parlor to introduce sampling before buying, and I think we are all very thankful for that.