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    17 Things That Were Designed Simply Yet Brilliantly

    Design is an art, and these people are all masters.

    1. This sign board for a karate academy:

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    2. This genius minimalist business card:

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    3. This pack of hot sauce that's made to look extra explosive:

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    4. This Canadian "stay at home" billboard:

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    5. This Hanukkah sweater with sequins that you swipe to "light" on each night:

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    6. This barcode on a Greek yogurt container that blends in nicely:

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    7. This lost and found poster that tells a little story:

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    8. This company logo that just rotates the same symbol to get four letters:

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    9. This Krispy Kreme booth that looks like a big ol' box of donuts:

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    10. This restaurant sign that only uses half of the letters and lets the shadows fill in the rest:

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    11. This sign on the inside of the bathroom door, reminding you to check your zipper:

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    12. This street-crossing sign that allows blind people to check how many lanes they have to cross:

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    13. This dentist office's on-brand bike rack:

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    14. These napkins at a restaurant that easily let your server know if you need something:

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    15. This billboard that physically expresses its point:

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    16. This tasty-looking barcode on a box of pasta:

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    17. And finally, this PSA poster that definitely says "flicking":

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