TypoTrip – typography on the road



Filed under: Poland — Tags: , , , , — WoMe @ 14:22

A sticker from one of the airplanes in the outdoor exhibition of the Polish Army Museum.
What exactly is it supposed to mean there and how did the soldiers relate to its sexually
ambiguous character is unknown to me. It does seem that the devil used to hold some tool
in his hand or perhaps some sort of a crank or handle.




  1. The li’l devil is holding one of those iron ball on the end of a chain weapons and he seems to have just thumped an enemy. Probably it was red to begin with. Red fades.

    Comment by Russell McGorman — 27.02.2008 @ 6:59

  2. Yes, that’d make sense. The red (if it was red) faded so completely that now the poor thing looks like reaching between his legs. :)

    Comment by Wojtek Mejor — 27.02.2008 @ 18:23

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