Snotes are Secret Notes                   

snotesSecrets are intriguing; from celebrity beauty secrets to hidden messages in famous pieces of artwork, we love to learn about secrets. The internet is filled with revealing secrets found in logos, nature, songs and more. Let’s take a look!

Logos: You may know that Amazon has everything from A – Z, but did you notice that their logo actually spells it out for us? Have you ever noticed the arrow in the FedEx logo? There’s some rather ingenious design in the logos we see everyday. See the thought behind these two and learn about many others here.

Ads: For decades, advertisers have worked to capture our attention. But have they also attempted to make impressions that dig a bit deeper into our psyche? Check out these ads.

Songs: Some of those beloved tunes may not be about what they seem to be on the surface. We leave you to be the judge. While you’re at it, here are a few more.

Movies and TV Shows: What we watch on both the big and small screens are often filled with a variety of secret messages. The hidden messages may be to show gratitude, share an inside joke, or just be plain fun. The practice has been around for a long time, even the infamous Alfred Hitchcock is said to have taken a part in it. Also, check out a few more of these secret messages hidden in the background.

Artwork: Secret messages have even shown up in some of our most treasured pieces of art like the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Sistine Chapel and more.

Social Media: Facebook has a secret message folder – you could be receiving messages and have no idea. This folder is meant to keep spam at bay, but you may want to take a peek; you never know if someone you wish to connect with has sent along a message. Some other social media sites have a few secrets of their own as well.

Remember Magic Eye? Intrigued by Optical Illusions? Did you love finding the hidden objects in Highlights? If so, then you’ll love Snotes!

Snotes stands for “Secret Notes”. At first glance, a Snote looks like some form of art, but in reality it is a secret message where the “art” is actually an interesting configuration of letters. In order to read the secret message, you’ll need to be shown. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to learn.

Create some Snotes today and have fun sharing your secret messages with friends and family! Who knows, you might figure a way to use them to create your own da Vinci code.