A famous name department store includes the Atmark (also known as a Monkey Tail) in some of its promotions and positioning statements. Now the cute typographic symbol – known in my wife’s country as the “shnik” (շնիկ) which means puppy – is fodder for visual merchandising. CLICK the thumbnail for a closeup. Each Atmark ball seems drilled with a hole. I wonder is these are available as a necklace?
For other monkey business SEE…
“Hook Has a Two Monkey Load Limit.”
For retail typeface, type size and color references SEE…
“Best Typefaces for Retail and Point-of-Purchase”
“Type Size for Sign Readability”
“Type Size and Color for Readability”
“Sign as Communication Vehicle”
SEARCH “Branding” to broaden your view.