Design should be unnoticeable. It’s supposed to be simple and unobtrusive, to showcase a product without advertising its packaging. What it’s not supposed to do is embarrass – or even worse – offend.
These 30 design fails obviously didn’t get the memo.
1. Penis bridge
Westminister bridge is a London icon. First built in 1750, it stands over the Thames River and links Lambeth on the east side and Westminster on the West.
It’s basically a London institution.
So please explain why the little decorative accents inside it look like penises? Sure, you could say they look like clovers, or those little card symbols, but nope – once the sun hits, you definitely get a glimpse of Westminster in all its penile glory.