Jacobo Prisco at CNN returns to 1958, when a new symbol appeared at protests against nuclear weapons in the UK.
"It's a minor masterpiece with major evocative power," said design guru and cultural critic, Stephen Bayley, in an email. "It speaks very clearly of an era and a sensibility.
"It is, simply, a fine period piece: the ordinary thing done extraordinarily well."
The design is meant to represent the letters "N" and "D" -- standing for "nuclear disarmament" -- as they appear in the semaphore alphabet, which is used by sailors to communicate from a distance with flags.
Gerald Holtom designed it,
Kraft could show up at the White House party before he shows up in court.
They’re acting like it was intentional now, because Trump.
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