You’ll have to pick up the current New Yorker (August 22) to see the spate of illustrations featuring various imaginative uses of the Target logo; you can’t see them online unfortunately. The amount of page space dedicated to the illustrations by various artists all with the red Target as part of them. The company name is never mentioned. There is very little text in any of the illustrations. Each of the images does have something to do with New York though. Some of buildings as flower petals with the center of the flower being the Target logo. A dog fetching a Target logo frisbee. A worker at the coffee counter with a white rag hanging out of his pocket — and a red Target logo on that rag.
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