Sign at store
Here's a sign from a clothing store in America. The Chinese characters don't mean anything, but I will generously try to give translations to the phrases : "below things middle grow" and "middle things below grow" and "below things below grow." Or, to get creative, read the characters 下品 phonetically as xiapin, or "shopping." Then, the phrase 下品中生 becomes "Life is in shopping." And there is something going on with the large orange circles mirroring the circles being made by the hands. And I'm pretty sure that the hands doing sign language are intended as a pun, because they (and the Chinese) are a form of language displayed on a sign. Or maybe not.