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Intangible Symbols

Intangible means something that is incapable of being touched, it is something that isn’t exactly physically present. An intangible symbol is used to symbolise something that isn’t completely physically there, it provides another meaning. Intangible symbols can also be used … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Symbols

Revolutionary Symbols are symbols, that represent certains eras and have revolutionised due to societies views on them. For example the southern cross is a constellation of stars in the sky, but is replicated on the Australian flag, and symbolises Australian … Continue reading

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Symbols, with new meanings.

Symbols can change in meanings overtime, they can start to mean something than what they first intentionally were used for. They symbols meaning changes as society sees the imagery differently.   For example, what we know today, for the Poison … Continue reading

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Rebus

Rebus – A word like puzzle that uses images to represent words, or parts of words and its phonetic sounds. Our task was to construct a Rebus in our tribes, below is the Rebus that my tribe constructed. I Believe … Continue reading

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Omens & Superstitions

Throughout time there have been many beliefs, reasons, stories, myths and what some people believe to be facts for life. The bad ones, are called omens, the things believed to symbolise a bad occurrence and act as a warning. We … Continue reading

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Directional Symbols

Directional Symbols, are always conventionally thought of to be just arrows, but there are some symbols that we recognise that do the same thing. Not all directional symbols have to be arrows, they can have their own imagery but we … Continue reading

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