Either the people concerned ran out of money but needed to comply with building rules, or this is a terrible design due to poor interior plan coordination. That looks like a bathroom window, does it not?
If one were being whimsical, the upper floor could be home to pint-sized residents. A gnome, perhaps? Or maybe it’s a cat plotting world domination. This is the only explanation we will accept for a window that looks like an afterthought.
Drink at Your Own Risk
Ah! Kid-flavored drinks — these are best served fresh and ideally without sugar. This drink contains a ton of zesty and (ahem!) unique ingredients. But you have no control over how the concoction will eventually turn out.
One might have a basic grasp of the concept and how to put the drink together. Ultimately, the key is winging it. The results? Nothing is quite as fulfilling and satisfying. The rewards are worth the effort.
Poké Bowl or Toilet Bowl?
This logo makes a case for running designs past multiple people. What looks like a cooking pot to some might look like a toilet to others. When you see it, you can’t unsee it. Is that supposed to be a fresh bowl of street food?
We can only see stale street food going down the can and a case of violent food poisoning. All in all, a decidedly unappetizing logo for a restaurant.
Excuse You, That's Quite Enough Fibre for Today
For anyone looking for another reason to avoid eating vegetables, this is it. The sign on the van seems legit enough. We wouldn’t call this a marketing fail, more of a happy accident — a work of art designed to delight children and overgrown kids everywhere.
What did we tell you, mom? Vegetables do make us gassy. If you listen closely, you can almost hear the collective woop coming from vindicated teenagers everywhere!
Philosophy for the Inebriated
A notebook with motivational quotes? What’s not to love? This delightful pearl of wisdom sounds like stuff one would say in an emotional drunken stupor, with some slurring and swaying included. Not the most inspiring learning tool we have seen, this notebook won’t do for scribbling serious notes or great thoughts.
It might be better off as a journal — for times when life is confusing and blurry and takes the wind out of your sails.